No buildings left behind: A near-zero emissions future for Canada’s existing buildings

By |October 6th, 2017|

Canada has to include existing buildings in its transition to a low-carbon future. Research from The Atmospheric Fund and the Pembina Institute outlines a comprehensive national strategy to make our existing building stock energy efficient.

Green building summit pushes the envelope on net-zero carbon buildings

By |June 15th, 2017|

TAF's Building Research Manager Ekaterina Tzekova recently attended the CaGBC's annual conference in Vancouver. Here are her key takeaways. This year’s conference focused on actionable solutions to climate change and included the unveiling of the new Zero Carbon Building standard.

LTEP 2013 – Conservation is King, but the devil is in the details

By |December 11th, 2013|

TAF is pleased that the 2013 Long Term Energy Plan (LTEP), released last week, recognizes conservation as a valuable energy resource with the potential to reduce or delay the need for costly generation investments.

LTEP 2013 acknowledges Ontario’s gains in energy productivity and recognizes that […]