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Climate Action Now joins the GreenSaver family to bring Energy Assessments to St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Welland, Grimsby

Monday, March 30th 2009 9:30:19am

Media Release

Climate Action Now joins the GreenSaver family to bring Energy Assessments to St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Welland, Grimsby

(St. Catharines, March 29, 2009) It just got easier to get home energy assessment done in the Niagara Region. GreenSaver, the largest non-profit home energy audit organization dedicated to environmental energy efficiency in Ontario, has added Climate Action Now to their family.

"Climate Action Now sees cooperation with GreenSaver as win-win for our community. We have the knowledge of the local building stock and GreenSaver brings benefits such as training, strong quality controls, certified energy advisor support and scales of economies to the home energy efficiency sector.  This will benefit local home owners," said Jane Hanlon, Executive Director of CAN, "GreenSaver has emerged as a leading voice in home energy efficiency and consumer protection, so it is a natural fit. We plan to grow with them."

"CAN is a strong organization, with a similar culture and an enviable reputation in the Niagara Region for quality of service and community engagement. There are obvious benefits to people seeking energy efficiency services in this region, "stated Vladan Veljovic, President and CEO of GreenSaver.  "It's also another way for GreenSaver to contribute to green job creation".

There are at least 15,000 homes in the Niagara Region built before 1980-before many energy efficiency building codes existed-which could benefit from an energy assessment.  In addition, the mandatory energy ratings proposed by the new Green Energy Act will require increased capacity throughout the province. CAN and GreenSaver will take an active role in improving residential energy efficiency in these communities.

CAN is holding its second annual EcoFest Niagara-Niagara's greenest trade show-Sunday, March 29, at Club Roma in St Catharines with valuable presentations, local food, fun and prizes.


For more information on GreenSaver visit www.greensaver.org or call 1-888-855-3106.

To schedule an EcoENERGY assessment in the Niagara Region, email can(at)greensaver.org or call 905-938-8882.

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To schedule interviews with a GreenSaver or CAN spokesperson at EcoFest, contact:

Tina Siegel (Environmental Communication Options) at 416-972-7401 or tsiegel(at)huffstrategy.com


GreenSaver
is an independent non-profit corporation dedicated to environmental energy efficiency. They have pioneered Ontario residential energy conservation for 25 years with economically viable and environmentally friendly measures to help individuals and organizations with their energy need (www.greensaver.org).

CLIMATE ACTION NOW
(CAN) is a registered independent non-profit corporation dedicated to providing environmental awareness and actions related to climate change. CAN provides a multitude of projects throughout the community including School Scapes, the Centennial Teaching Gardens, Eco Speaker/Film Series, and organizational workshops.  
Every one person can make a world of difference.