Clean Power Plan halted: What this means for you

Withdrawing the Clean Power Plan is a mistake that will increase costs for consumers through higher energy and health care bills. The Clean Power Plan requires states to reduce carbon pollution from power plants and encourages investments in energy efficiency and low-cost renewable energy. It is important to note that renewable energy is the fastest […]

Commercial Consumption: Meeting 2030 Emission Reduction Goals

In order to meet the Canadian government’s commitment of a 30 per cent reduction in Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions by 2030, the country’s commercial buildings will be looking to slash their emission contributions by nearly one-half. Late last year, the … Continue reading →

Electric Vehicles Are Poised for Big Growth, if Automakers Step Up to Meet Demand

Consumer interest in electric vehicles (EVs) is starting to pick up speed. EV sales hit a new record in 2016, up 37% from 2015 and sales in January were a whopping 70% higher than sales in Jan 2016. New models, lower costs, longer driving ranges and expanding charging infrastructure combine to make EVs more accessible […]