City of Toronto’s Better Buildings Partnership | Webinar: Heat Pumps 101
12:00 - 12:45 PM
Join the City’s Better Buildings Partnership and the Sustainable Technologies Evaluation Program (STEP) to learn about how heat pumps can help you save energy, lower utility costs, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This webinar will provide a detailed overview of residential and commercial heat pump applications and available decarbonisation supports and incentives for Toronto buildings.
Register for the January 27 webinar here.
Homes and buildings generate about half of the greenhouse gas emissions in Toronto today. To reduce the worst impacts of climate change, the City of Toronto has a target to reach net zero emissions by 2050, or sooner. To reach the target, all existing homes and buildings in Toronto will need to be much more energy-efficient than they are today. Learn more about the City’s TransformTO Climate Action Strategy.
To date, the BBP has facilitated more than 2,600 projects, resulting in over 4.6 million MWh in energy savings and eliminating the equivalent of 810,000 tonnes of CO2 emissions.
Through the Better Buildings Partnership (BBP), the City provides funding, expertise and support to improve the energy efficiency of Toronto’s residential, commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. Get started today.
Find out more about the City of Toronto’s Better Buildings Partnership here.