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Canada’s dependence on renewable energy sources such as hydro, solar, wind, geothermal, biomass and marine is projected to increase by 10% every year. In 2016, 18.9% of the Canada’s total primary energy supply came from renewable energy sources. The introduction of the Pan-Canadian Framework on...

Third-part verification of the facilities’ reported GHG emissions is critical to ensuring accuracy and conformity to the Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reporting Regulation but will become even more significant under the WCI as emissions are capped and carbon credits are traded and sold between emitters. IESC...

On October 3, 2016, the Government of Canada announced a Pan-Canadian Pricing on Carbon Pollution which states that all Canadian provinces will have carbon pricing in place by 2018. Provinces can be flexible in deciding whether they want to implement a carbon tax or a cap-and-trade program. The...

Energy benchmarking programs are the foundation for improving energy efficiency in a building or portfolio of buildings. By collecting, monitoring and tracking energy consumption data, buildings can compare performance against similar buildings to identify opportunities to save energy....