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November 8, 2014

Transforming personal transportation

Green Communities discusses Windfall EV study

Windfall Centre recently released its in-depth study of the economic impact of Electric Vehicle (EV) adoption in Ontario. The year-long research project, dispels myths and fills a significant knowledge gap on the impacts of what could well be a transformative shift in personal transportation in the 21st century.

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October 28, 2014

Free home winterproofing

Free energy efficiency improvements to your home

Available to home owners and renters

Don't miss out on this FREE program. The Home Winterproofing Program is absolutely free to all qualifying homes. Enbridge will pay for the cost of the energy efficiency improvements such as insulation and draft proofing measures.

Free home winterproofing

October 28, 2014

Winter is coming

Is your home ready for the cold?

Windfall can provide you with the knowledge on how your home uses energy and where it is being wasted. Our energy advisors will show you how to improve the comfort of your home, cut heating and cooling costs, access available grants/incentives, and ensure you have adequate, healthy ventilation.

More on home energy assessments

October 3, 2014

Alternatives Journal reports on Windfall EV study

If we can look past the short-term losses, shifting from traditional vehicles to EVs would be a massive economic boon – and help meet ambitious GHG reduction targets.

Read about Windfall's EV study in Alternatives Journal

September 26, 2014

Community Energy Conservation Program Expanded

Energy efficiency incentives now available in new areas

Postal codes include Pickering, Ajax, Brampton and Mississauga

The Enbridge Community Energy Conservation Program which was available in York Region and select areas in Toronto has now expanded. Specific postal codes are now included to qualify for up to $2000 in incentives for making energy efficient upgrades that reduce gas consumption in the home.

Find out which postal codes qualify

September 18, 2014

Manufacturing Electric Vehicles for Ontario market would boost economy by $3.6 billion

Windfall Centre releases year-long EV economic impact study

EVs would also help achieve emission reduction targets

Windfall Centre has released its in-depth study of the economic impact of Electric Vehicle (EV) adoption in Ontario. The year-long research project, dispels myths and fills a significant knowledge gap on the impacts of what could well be a transformative shift in personal transportation in the 21st century. If EVs reach a 10% share of the total passenger vehicle population by 2025, Ontario can expect total income to increase by over $3.6 Billion with 34,000 person years of work created.

Also, released today is the GT80 Calculator, an innovative on-line tool designed to assist policy makers, educators, and other stakeholders in modeling the economic and environmental outcomes of user defined EV adoption scenarios.

Download the report

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Getting To 80

Enbridge customers in Wards 13 and 30 may qualify for up to $2000 in incentives when making energy saving upgrades to their homes. The cash incentives are being offered as part of community-wide climate protection initiative led by Project Neutral and Windfall Ecology Centre.

Visit the Getting To 80 website for full details