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Electrical and mechanical systems, building emissions … and you

April 14, 2022  By Anthony Capkun



April 16, 2022 – The Federal 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan outlines an ambitious goal of reducing carbon emissions across the country by 40% by 2030.

This plan also introduces the Canada Green Buildings Strategy, which will include new policy, programs, incentives and standards to drive a massive retrofit of existing building stock, and new construction to zero-carbon standards.

Among other construction sector specialists, this movement will heavily rely on electrical, mechanical, and plumbing specialists.

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As a facility owner/operator, you should know what these specialized trades are expected to bring to the table of emissions reductions.

Join us for this special, timely panel discussion on how the industry—specifically mechanical and electrical contractors—can help you get ahead of these pending regulatory policies and standard, and work toward these goals before the actual legislation and mandates start rolling in.

Our special guest panelists include:

Kevin Spencer, vice-president, Energy Solutions, Modern Niagara.

Martin Luymes, vice-president, Government & Stakeholder Relations, HRAI.

Jeremy Sager, senior HVAC and Renewables Research Engineer, CanmetENERGY (NRCan)

Gurvinder Chopra, VP Standards & Regulations, Electro-Federation Canada

This discussion is jointly presented by Electrical Business and HPAC magazines, Energy Manager Canada, and sponsored by Eaton and Mitsubishi Electric.


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