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1998 Directory of Efficiency and Alternative Energy Programs in Canada (pdf format)
"This directory describes programs offered by different levels of government and utilities in Canada to promote the efficient use of energy at the end-use level and to increase the use of alternative energy. It is the most authoritative compendium available of Canada's efforts to restrain energy-related greenhouse gas emissions."

Electricity Conservation and Supply Task Force’s Final Report Sets Out Comprehensive Policy Approach for Ontario, by Eden Oliver, Rocco Sebastiano, Robert Beaumont, and Shari Elliott, of Osler, Hosken & Harcourt, January 29, 2004

Energy Innovators Plus Program, Natural Resources Canada
“This financial incentive program from the Office of Energy Efficiency (OEE) is designed to help registered Energy Innovators in the commercial, institutional and industrial office space sectors implement comprehensive energy efficiency pilot retrofit projects that can be repeated in multiple locations. Energy Innovators are organizations working with the OEE to lower their energy costs, improve productivity and help Canada meet its international commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by six percent 1990 levels between 2008 and 2012.�

New Buildings Program, Natural Resources Canada

Micropower Connect
"Micropower Connect is a collaborative effort between EEMAC (Electro-Federation Canada), Natural Resources Canada and Industry Canada committed to support the manufacturers of alternative energy."

RETScreen International - free renewable energy project analysis software, Natural Resources Canada
"RETScreen International is a renewable energy awareness, decision-support and capacity building tool developed by the CANMET Energy Diversification Research Laboratory (CEDRL) with the contribution of over eighty nine (89) experts from industry, government and academia. The core of the tool consists of a standardised and integrated renewable energy project analysis software that can be used world-wide to evaluate the energy production, life-cycle costs and greenhouse gas emission reductions for various types of renewable energy technologies (RETs)."



01/07/05


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