Devon Calder

About Devon Calder

Devon supports TAF in the coordination of a research project that will measure heat pump retrofit opportunities in the multi-unit residential building sector. Devon also provides administrative support to the TAF Impact Investing team. During his Masters in Environmental Studies at York University, Devon researched the theories and practice of community energy planning. Devon conducted previous academic and professional work with municipalities, NGOs, and private firms on projects dealing with environmental and social issues.

7 heat pumps perfect for Ontario homes

By |March 8th, 2017|

Heat pumps, the unsung hero of the energy world, are mechanical devices that can harvest renewable thermal energy for space heating and cooling. They’ve been identified globally as a key solution to building and retrofitting low-carbon buildings, and they help consumers save on energy […]

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Getting down with heat pumps

By |February 3rd, 2016|

Ontario has a long way to go to reach its conservation goals and heat pumps may be a great opportunity to reduce emissions and save money on a massive scale. We’re exploring how heat pumps might tackle GHGs by targeting the low-hanging fruit. About […]

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