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NB-PEI Municipal Working Group

Launched in 2016, the New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island (NB-PEI) Municipal Working Group is a resource for municipalities engaged in community energy planning, partnership-building and smart energy projects to share their experiences, lessons learned and transfer knowledge about best practices. Participants are leaders in moving toward achieving provincial greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals and […]

Distributed Energy Resources Working Group

Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) is a national working group with a regional focus on sources of energy that are connected at the community level to a distribution system. The working group was established in February 2019 to engage and connect relevant industry stakeholders in discussions about how we influence positive change as our energy systems […]

Promoting Energy Efficiency Through Land Use Planning

The NB Environmental Trust Fund awarded funds to QUEST and Decodesign to train
professionals on promoting energy efficiency through land use planning design and smart
growth principles integrated into development projects. This bilingual training is aimed
particularly at professionals and officials working with communities, regions, and development projects. Planners, civil engineers, elected officials and administrators, and people working with development projects are invited to join us for this free online training course.

Promouvoir l’efficacité énergétique à travers l’aménagement du sol

The NB Environmental Trust Fund awarded funds to QUEST and Decodesign to train
professionals on promoting energy efficiency through land use planning design and smart
growth principles integrated into development projects. This bilingual training is aimed
particularly at professionals and officials working with communities, regions, and development projects. Planners, civil engineers, elected officials and administrators, and people working with development projects are invited to join us for this free online training course.

Energy Innovation Forum

Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel 901 Dixon Road, Toronto, Ontario

Ericka Wicks, Managing Director at QUEST Canada will be participating on the 'Is Our Ecosystem and Institutions Working to Support the End Customer Needs?' panel session at the Energy Innovation Forum Canada on Tuesday, September 20th from 10:30am - 11:30am EST.

Low Carbon Thermal Network

The Low-Carbon Thermal Network will enhance cooperation between QUEST Canada Supporters with an interest in low-carbon thermal energy by providing a forum for discussion and information exchange intended to help build a robust low-carbon thermal marketplace in Canada. To join contact Norma Panetta.

NS Buildings Working Group Meeting

The objective of the Nova Scotia Buildings Working Group is to improve the energy and environmental performance of buildings while advancing integration with other systems such as transportation, land use planning, and renewable energy, to create Smart Energy Communities. The Buildings Working Group is focused on Nova Scotia but is open to supporters and stakeholders […]

Ontario Community Energy and Climate Meeting

Virtual

By implementing a community energy plan (CEP) and using energy more efficiently, a community can keep dollars circulating longer in its economy, generate opportunities for local energy projects and jobs, and help manage risks from increasing energy prices and a changing climate. In Ontario, the number of communities implementing a CEP is growing each year. […]

NB-PEI Municipal Working Group

Launched in 2016, the New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island (NB-PEI) Municipal Working Group is a resource for municipalities engaged in community energy planning, partnership-building and smart energy projects to share their experiences, lessons learned and transfer knowledge about best practices. Participants are leaders in moving toward achieving provincial greenhouse gas emissions reduction goals and […]

Canadian Climate Policies – Consumer Impacts of Cleaner Fuels Policy

Virtual

CRIN and the Canadian Fuels Association (CFA) invite you to join us on Tuesday, October 4 from 9-10:15 am (MT) for the third installment of our webinar series on Canadian climate policy. Our panel will share perspectives on the potential impacts of recent and proposed federal fuels and electricity regulations on a broad spectrum of stakeholders including municipalities/communities, consumers, and industry.