Monthly Archives: March 2011

TAF looking for great ideas to clear the air

TAF funding has helped to seed many great energy saving ideas in Toronto — from deep lake water cooling to home energy audits — and we’re looking for the next great ideas for our spring funding round (deadline April 15th). … Continue reading

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150 Streetlighting Nerds Gather in Toronto

Just closed the first National Streetlighting Summit. Two very successful days of presentations and discussions about everything to do with advanced, super-efficient outdoor lighting — LEDs, motion sensors and dimming technologies. Who are these self-professed “advanced lighting nerds”? The men … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Toronto Atmospheric Fund’s blog

 Welcome to the Toronto Atmospheric Fund’s blog about reducing energy waste, improving air quality and making climate action profitable – as well as beneficial for our health, our environment and our city.  TAF operates at no cost to the … Continue reading

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Waste heat recycing program worth the wait

It’s been close to five years in the making, but it appears that Ontario is on the cusp of launching a robust standard offer program to develop our significant combined heat and power (CHP) potential.  CHP systems use natural gas … Continue reading

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