On Thursday, June 29th, ClimateWise will be hosting a members-only workshop that focuses on how a business can set a carbon emission reductions target, what a relevant target is for your organization, and how to setting a target can help inform your sustainability work.
ClimateWise holds numerous events throughout the year. These events not only offer great learning opportunities, but also the opportunity to connect, confer, network and collaborate with other ClimateWise members and sustainability experts.
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Please join us on Wednesday May 31st as we showcase and celebrate sustainability leadership at our first annual Evening of Recognition! We're thrilled to announce our special evening will be held at the brand new Electric Vehicle Discovery Centre in North York!
ClimateWise Business Network, in partnership with the IESO and Energy@Work, is hosting a workshop on Global Adjustment (GA) to address the charge on your electricity bill. Join us for an improved understanding of GA and the steps you need to take before the June 15th deadline.
New funding is available to subsidize the cost of energy efficiency projects. This event will help business owners and financial managers understand the business case for energy efficiency and sustainability, and learn how to fund their projects.
Ontario's mandatory Building Benchmarking and mandatory Energy and Water Reporting regulations will be in effect as of 2017. Learn from experts about the new regulations and how building owners can benefit from reporting.
ClimateWise Business Network is hosting a webinar on Assessing Your Facility's Energy Performance. On Wednesday December 14th at 10:am, learn from Energy@Work, Technosim and PowerStream how Existing Building Commissioning (ECBx) and energy audits can drive deeper cost savings in your facilities.
Ontario's Cap and Trade legislation comes into effect in January 2017. ClimateWise is hosting a free webinar that will provide an overview of the legislation and a discussion of it's impacts on Ontario business. The webinar will include guest speakers and examples of businesses using carbon pricing to their advantage.