Clean Energy Portal (Government of Canada)
Use the site navigation to learn more about Canada’s involvement in the clean energy sector, both at home and abroad, or to contact to one of over 1100 clean energy companies listed in the Technology Directory.
Electricity Retrofit Incentive Program (Hydro One)
Hydro One’s Electricity Retrofit Incentive Program provides business, farm and institutional customers of Hydro One Networks Inc. with an opportunity to realize their energy efficiency potential, and to receive attractive incentives to reduce the capital cost of energy efficient technologies.
saveONenergy For Business (Hydro One)
Hydro One offers business customers from all market segments (small, commercial or industrial, farm, and large industrial) a range of programs and incentives to help you save energy — and money.
Saving Energy for Business (Ministry of Energy)
Smart business means keeping your costs low, and that includes saving on energy. Unsustainable practices and inadequate equipment maintenance can cost hundreds of dollars in lost revenue each year while unnecessary greenhouse gas emissions hurt the environment.
This section covers the business of energy and climate. We examine the latest trends in climate change and business sustainability in four sections: climate, energy efficiency, renewable energy, and cleantech. Articles focus on greenhouse gas emissions, business sustainability and carbon emissions trading.
Managing your organization’s greenhouse gas emissions, also known as your carbon footprint, offers tremendous opportunities to reduce operating costs, manage risks, and strengthen stakeholder relations.
Based on experiences gained implementing WRI’s CO2 reduction commitment, this guide helps other office-based organizations understand climate change and the practical steps they can take to measure and reduce their CO2 emissions.
A guide on managing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that details the various steps necessary to manage, track, and reduce GHG emissions.
Our mission guides our work: Lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing, healthy green buildings, homes and communities throughout Canada.
Planning – arguably the most important stage of any program – is often neglected in the rush of day-to-day demands. Therefore, we’ve designed this guide to help you plan. The process has been broken down into seven sections, each with step-by-step instructions, plenty of examples, and space for you to plan your own program.
Our vision is to aid in reducing energy consumption in homes and surpass future goals of conservation and sustainability. Know Your Energy Score will play a significant role in helping all stakeholders realize that goal through education and innovative services.
Sharing the stories of green energy pioneers who are doing incredible things just below the radar of the conventional media. Individually these people are doing interesting projects, together they are leading us all to more sustainable energy future.
Organizations sponsoring conferences, meetings, and other events often strive to reduce the environmental impacts of those events. Presented here are links to a wide range of resources to help accomplish that goal.
Corporate Knights (CK) is a media, research and financial products company focused on quantifying and animating clean capitalism drivers for decision makers.
Points the way toward the corners where the “shovels” and “pickaxes” are stashed, for those who are eager to get down to work.
GreenTbiz’s mission is to engage and empower Toronto’s small and medium-sized enterprises and Business Improvement Areas to take a hands-on approach to improving the sustainability of their urban environments and increasing their profitability. We believe that no business is too small to make a difference.
ILSR works with citizens, activists, policymakers and entrepreneurs to design systems, policies and enterprises that meet local or regional needs; to maximize human, material, natural and financial resources; and to ensure that the benefits of these systems and resources accrue to all local citizens.
Last modified: 09 May 2013