Energy efficiency for homes
Find information on how to assess and improve the energy performance of old and new homes. Learn about the government programs and incentives that help Canadians consume less energy and save money.
Services and information for residents
Explore funding to help homeowners make their homes more energy-efficient, create new jobs, and fight climate change.
This directory contains programs of specific interest to Canadian homeowners.
Looking for a new home builder or want to make some energy-efficient upgrades to your home? Find a service provider in your area.
Find out how to save energy and money by making modest investments and minor changes around your home.
Learn about home energy performance, energy-efficient upgrades and fixtures, EnerGuide rating, benefits of an energy-efficient home.
Purchasing or building an energy-efficient home; energy saving innovations and options for your home.
The GNPP focuses on clusters of low-rise housing and seeks to pilot the Energiesprong aggregated retrofit model in the Canadian market.
Services and information for industry
LEEP accelerates energy efficient construction by enabling builders to reduce their time, risk finding, and help them build higher performance homes better, faster and more affordably.
Obtain funding for creative residential energy efficiency initiatives that support of the push towards net-zero emissions in the sector by 2050.
Integrated Community Energy Solutions (ICES) make use of the opportunities that come from treating the built community environment as a system.
Find a service organizations, become an energy-efficient builder or energy advisor, learn about ENERGY STAR® and other tools for industry professionals.
This directory contains programs of specific interest to Canadian Industry.
This project explores how urban form (land use and infrastructure) influences vehicular transportation energy usage and household energy consumption.
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