Province Invests in Climate Change Action, Supports Jobs and Commits to Renewable Future

Province Invests in Climate Change Action, Supports Jobs and Commits to Renewable Future

As part of its commitment to the environment and fighting climate change, the Government of Nova Scotia is investing $19 million in rebates to support low-income families in making their homes more comfortable and energy-efficient and help Nova Scotians buy clean, reliable electric vehicles.
Half of the $19 million – $9.5 million – which will come from the Green Fund, is to go into the HomeWarming and the Affordable Multi-Family Housing energy efficiency programs. This investment in energy efficiency comes at a time when even more Nova Scotians are looking for ways to save money, reduce their energy use and their climate impact, this funding means an additional 1200 Nova Scotians will benefit from energy efficiency upgrades and feel more comfortable in their homes.

More Articles from Success Stories

Success Stories

Sarah Mitchell, Business Development Lead talks about her career progression at E1

At EfficiencyOne, we pride ourselves on listening to employees. What we heard from our 2021 employee engagement survey is that employees want equal opportunities to compete for positions that become available, as well as opportunities to pursue training and engage in professional development. Supporting employee career progression is a key area of focus for our organization.     Recently, […]

Success Stories

2021 Annual Report

Today, April 26, 2022, EfficiencyOne released its 2021 Annual Report titled: Good Energy, For All. The report showcases our leadership, innovation, inclusivity, and growth in the past year as well as highlights the important contributions that energy efficiency has made in achieving Nova Scotia’s climate action goals.  In 2021, EfficiencyOne continued to help Nova Scotians […]

Success Stories

EfficiencyOne’s Nicole Durdle and Amanda Christianson on female leadership in the Energy Efficiency sector.

Amanda Christianson has been a Project Engineer with EfficiencyOne since 2019. A Dalhousie alum, Amanda has been in the engineering space for almost 10 years, and our own HR Solutions Expert, Nicole Durdle, wanted to know more about her journey in this field. What made you want to work in the field of Energy efficiency? […]