Canada has made great strides in its bid to reduce carbon emissions. Its net-zero vision, however, relies on industries to adopt greener practices and technologies. This includes players in the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) community who are at the frontlines of the country’s energy shift.
Many Canadian communities have developed aggressive carbon reduction goals and have published their plan to get there. However, to get there by 2050 will require much more aggressive and proactive strategies beyond the standard energy efficiency and renewable energy push.