Energy Efficiency (EE) has been recognized since the early 1970s as the most relevant mechanism to optimize the way we meet our energy needs, and it’s the rationale behind the new book, Canadian Energy Efficiency Outlook: A National Effort to Tackling Climate Change, which presents where the Canadian EE sector stands today to all Canadian stakeholders and those interested around the world.
The 330-page book is authored by Pierre Langlois and Geneviève Gauthier of Quebec City-based Econoler, a global energy efficiency consulting service.
The Canadian Energy Efficiency Outlook aims to outline the different environments that support EE development across highly diversified provinces and territories, as well as at the national level, and consequently allows the reader to better understand the complexities involved.
More globally, this book serves as an important reference for all interested parties on how Canada has variably innovated and developed mechanisms to achieve the goal of making this country more energy efficient.
The book is available at the Association of Energy Engineers AEE online bookstore as an E-book in PDF format or a printed 6 x 9-inch softcover book for US$135 plus shipping.