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Nova Scotia to dim focus on lighting incentives
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Diminishing additional savings from energy-efficient lighting are both a happy milestone and a future challenge for Nova Scotia conservation strategists. To date, a significant proportion of achieved energy savings are attributable to relatively inexpensive lighting upgrades. However, with the largest share of these easy fixes completed, the next steps get more complicated and costly.

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Preparing for the Storm
Severe flooding in Quebec, New Brunswick and Ontario due to snowmelt and rain has turned a national spotlight on the impact of extreme weather events. »READ MORE
»CaGBC honours green building leaders
 
»Canada invests $4.1M in The Arbour
 
»IREM appoints innovator-in-residence
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Buildings in mix for breakthrough energy fund

Clean energy developers may secure up to $3 million or 50 per cent of project costs for the advancement of manufacturing, electricity, transportation or buildings related innovations with the potential to reduce global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.  »READ MORE

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT:
Global adjustment status quo foreseen into 2020

Commercial landlords have been left off the stakeholder list for Ontario’s in-progress consultation on industrial electricity prices, but any resulting overhaul of hydro rates is expected to flow through to the operating costs of a broad range of non-residential buildings. Hosts of a recent seminar to help commercial electricity customers explore options to mitigate the global adjustment (GA) apportionment on their hydro bills caution that the rules could be changing.
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