New TAF research reveals carbon impact of electricity conservation

By |August 24th, 2017|

Quantifying the emissions impact of electricity consumption - and conservation efforts - is crucial for planning climate actions, whether it's a government policy or upgrades and behaviour shifts at home. TAF's latest research greatly improves such quantifications.

Left in the dark: Ontario municipalities need energy data for meaningful climate action

By |August 14th, 2017|

A proper carbon emissions inventory is a crucial starting point for city-level climate action. But unfortunately, many cities in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA), don't have gas and electricity consumption data - but utilities do. That's why TAF asked the Ontario government to make this data public.

ABCs of GHGs: Are we underestimating the impact of electricity conservation?

By |January 10th, 2017|

In order to decide which GHG reduction strategies to pursue, TAF looks at the quantity of reductions each approach has the potential to achieve. Central to these calculations are the emission factors – i.e. how much carbon is associated with each unit of energy […]

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5 facts about Ontario’s rising electricity rates

By |December 21st, 2016|

As we come upon the darkest time of the year, the cost of keeping the lights on continues to be a hot topic. With two rate hikes in the last six months, many people in Ontario are feeling the burn of rising electricity prices. […]

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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 […]

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