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Monica Curtis takes the helm of EnerQuality


July 20, 2021
By Anthony Capkun
EnerQuality president & CEO Monica Curtis. Photo: CNW Group/EnerQuality Corp.

July 20, 2021 – Monica Curtis is the new president & CEO of EnerQuality Corp.

Curtis possesses over 25 years of Canadian and U.S. market experience working with governments, utilities, businesses and organizations to improve energy use. Most recently, she served as CEO of Energy Efficiency Alberta. She also participates in advisory board and expert panels, ranging from the Climate Innovation Fund to Efficiency Canada to Red Deer College’s Alternative Energy Lab.

“I’m honoured to take on this role at a time of unprecedented momentum in building energy efficiency and decarbonization,” said Curtis. “I look forward to working with the staff, delivery partners, board, building industry and broader network to advance building science in Ontario and across Canada, to benefit all Canadians.”

Founded in 1998 as a partnership between the Ontario Home Builders’ Association and the Canadian Energy Efficiency Alliance, EnerQuality is focused on “accelerating energy-efficient and sustainable housing through education, certification, recognition initiatives, and the development of market-based programs that drive innovation”.

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