Stakeholders—ENERGY STAR Canada Participants

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Stakeholders have joined ENERGY STAR® Canada and are helping Canadians become more aware of energy-efficient by promoting and displaying the ENERGY STAR symbol. They actively promote energy efficiency and frequently partner with other ENERGY STAR Canada Participants to offer incentives or consumer educational programs.

Participants are eligible for the annual ENERGY STAR Canada Awards

Participants by category:

Associations

American Lighting Association

Canadian Oil Heat Association (COHA)

Electro-Federation Canada (EFC)

Fenestration Canada (formerly CWDMA)

LEAF

Restaurants Canada

Supply Chain Management Association (SCMA) – ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2015

The Fenestration Association of B.C. (FEN-BC - formerly WDMA-BC)

The Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI)

Education

Dalhousie University  ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2011

Home Ventilating Institute (HVI)

Government

Energy Solutions Centre - Government of Yukon (formerly the Yukon Development Corporation) ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2003

Government of British Columbia Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources

Government of Nunavut, Climate Change Secretariat

Government of Prince Edward Island

Greater Vancouver Regional District (GVRD)

Nova Scotia Department of Energy  

Nova Scotia Procurement Services

The City of Greater Sudbury – ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2007

Toronto Community Housing Corporation (TCHC) – ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2016, 2012, 2006

Town of Okotoks

Health care

London Health Sciences Centre (LHSC)

Mackenzie Health Richmond Hill Hospital

Norfolk General Hospital

The Ottawa Hospital (TOH) – ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2014

Vancouver Island Health Authority (Island Health) 

University Health Network

Hospitality

Pemberton Valley Lodge 

Non-government organization (NGO)

Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care – ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2017

City Green Solutions (Victoria B.C.)

Clean Air Partnership – ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2007

GreenTbiz 

My Sustainable Canada 

The Housing Services Corporation (formerly Social Housing Services Corporation) – ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2010

The Toronto Atmospheric Fund – ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2003

Toronto Chinese for Ecological Living (TCEL)

The World Wildlife Fund – Canada

Office/retail operations

Bank of Montreal

PepsiCo Foods Canada

General

Canadian Furnace Prices

Comparance 

Integrated Monitoring Solutions

Summerhill Group (formerly Clean Air Foundation) – ENERGY STAR Award Winner – 2006, 2004

WSP


The ENERGY STAR name and symbol are trademarks registered in Canada by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and are administered and promoted by Natural Resources Canada.