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Call for proposals: Multi-Sectoral Projects that Drive Demand for Energy Efficiency and Energy Conse | ICE Network

Call for proposals: Multi-Sectoral Projects that Drive Demand for Energy Efficiency and Energy Conse

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  • Category: Funding

In case you haven't heard!

Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)’s Office of Energy Efficiency (OEE) is pleased to invite eligible organizations to submit a proposal to test an innovative multi-sectoral approach to increase the energy efficiency of Canadian homes and assist Canada in meeting its 2030 climate change targets.

By supporting projects that bring together multiple sectors, NRCan hopes to create synergies and support the development of innovative approaches in order to address the barriers around home energy efficiency improvements and how we can reduce the energy we use in homes, attract new partners, and increase the number of Canadians that benefit from energy efficient homes.

Key sectors include, but are not limited to: all levels of government, the construction industry (including manufacturers), realtors, lenders, utilities, energy efficiency service companies, consulting firms, academia, social enterprises, start-ups, innovation hubs and incubators and community and indigenous groups.

Projects will advance at least one of the following three priorities:

  • Increase the uptake of energy efficiency retrofits in the residential sector;
  • Increase the construction and demand for energy efficient new homes; and/or
  • Demonstrate new approaches (e.g. behavioral or citizen-centered projects) to engage Canadians to understand the value and benefits of taking action in their homes and how they live in them.

Visit https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/homes/21422 for more information and to request a copy of the Call for Proposals and the Proposal Template.

  • Deadline for submission: November 26, 2018 at 11:59 pm EST.
  • Documents required: Completed Proposal Template and Letter(s) of Support from partner organizations.

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