Harper Cuts EnerGuide

Bird, Tom
April 2006
Alternatives Journal (AJ) - Canada's Environmental Voice;Apr2006, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p7
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the EnerGuide, home energy efficiency program for houses in Canada. It has been used to assess over 300,000 Canadian homes and find out how energy savings be achieved in a more better way. Through the diagnostic software the home's overall efficiency are calculated and residents would also be given a report which sort possible improvements. It also makes significant contributions to the local economy because it does grant money for residents to furnish their homes. However, its funding was cut on May 12, 2006 which create opened hole in the climate change policy of the state.


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