Tim Ehlich

About Tim Ehlich

Tim Ehlich is TAF's Communications Manager.

New standard paves way for near zero-emissions buildings in Toronto

By |October 13th, 2017|

The Toronto Green Standard 3.0, co-developed by TAF, has received committee approval and will go to City Council in November.

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Toronto amps up climate leadership with new construction standards

By |October 13th, 2017|

Committee approval for the new Toronto Green Standard, co-developed by TAF together with the City, is a major step forward on the path to near-zero emissions construction. A key element of the TransformTO climate plan, the new standard will reach City Council in November.

80×50 E-News September, 2017

By |September 15th, 2017|

Read our latest e-news: Climate disasters from B.C. wildfires to Hurricanes Irma and Harvey show the need for action. Plus, Ontario launches the Green Ontario Fund, which will help drive down emissions across the province. TAF VP Tim Stoate has been appointed to the board of the new fund. Also, e-mobility is on the rise around the world, so where is Canada?

TAF welcomes appointment of Tim Stoate to new GreenON board

By |September 13th, 2017|

TAF VP for Impact Investing, Tim Stoate, has been named to the board of the Green Ontario Fund (GreenON). He brings 30 years of financing experience to the newly formed agency.

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National Observer: Who hid the electric car?

By |September 12th, 2017|

Across the country, Canadians eager to buy an electric vehicle can't find one. That's why a number of organizations - including TAF - are promoting a new campaign called EVChoice.ca. The goal: to get federal rules in place that give all Canadians a broad choice of EVs.

DeSmog: Where Are Canada’s Missing Electric Cars?

By |September 12th, 2017|

China joins Norway, France and the U.K. in announcing plans to phase out vehicles with internal combustion engines. So, as the world moves toward the rapid adoption of electric vehicles, where is Canada in all of this?

Policy Options: Governments need to act on energy-efficient buildings shift

By |September 7th, 2017|

The shift to ultra-energy-efficient and low-carbon homes and buildings will help Canada reach its 2030 climate target under the Paris Agreement as well as its longer-term decarbonization goals. It will also reduce energy costs for Canadians, TAF CEO Julia Langer and Pembina Institute's Director of Buildings and Urban Solutions Karen Tam Wu emphasize in their submission to Policy Options.

The Atmospheric Fund VP Tim Stoate appointed to new Green Ontario Fund Board

By |August 30th, 2017|

TAF welcomes the appointment of its VP for Impact Investing Tim Stoate to the board of the newly-formed Green Ontario Fund. The fund will help reduce energy costs for homeowners and businesses while reducing Ontario's carbon emissions.

Hill Times Op-Ed: Shift to low-carbon buildings requires all governments to step up

By |August 30th, 2017|

A framework first ministers agreed to last year provided the ambition, and now we need to see action and accountability, TAF ally Pembina Institute points out in its op-ed for the Hill Times.

80×50 E-News August, 2017

By |August 26th, 2017|

With another success Quebec-California emissions permit auction, it's increasingly clear that cap-and-trade is a success. Ontario is investing proceeds from its auctions in a range of new emissions reduction measures - from electric school buses to home retrofits. Plus, TAF publishes new research on electricity emissions factors for Ontario.