Energy Efficiency for Climate Change Mitigation Action – Policy and Program Strategies
Reducing energy consumption through end-use energy efficiency is an established mechanism for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants. While efficiency is relatively fast and very cost-effective mechanism for providing all types of benefits, as well as climate change mitigation, it still faces barriers to its full adoption across Canada.
These barriers have proven solutions and this online training will discuss these solutions in the context of several policy and program strategies. Also covered will be some practical considerations for implementing these policies and programs with a focus on estimating and determining the amounts of energy savings and avoided emissions.