2021 Annual Report

2021 Annual Report

Today, April 26, 2022, EfficiencyOne released its 2021 Annual Report titled: Good Energy, For All. The report showcases our leadership, innovation, inclusivity, and growth in the past year as well as highlights the important contributions that energy efficiency has made in achieving Nova Scotia’s climate action goals. 

In 2021, EfficiencyOne continued to help Nova Scotians by: 

  • Avoiding over 100,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through programs and services; 
  • Saving more than one billion in energy costs, including more than $208 million in savings for low-income homeowners and tenants; 
  • Providing rebates on more than 1,600 solar photovoltaic (PV) installations, saving more than 16.8 MW of new solar generation capacity; 
  • Upgrading more than 230 band-owned homes in all 13 Mi’kmaq communities as part of our long-term, relationship-building with the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia; and 
  • Supporting 2,600 jobs in Nova Scotia’s energy efficiency sector. 

A huge thank our staff and our many partners for their hard work and dedication to helping people build a better world through efficiency. As we learn how to live with COVID-19, EfficiencyOne remains committed to helping ensure everyone has access to, and benefit from energy efficiency. Supporting a sustainable economic recovery has never been more important, and we continue to play a key role.  

I invite you to read and share our 2021 Annual Report with others and on social media by tagging us and using the hashtag: #GoodEnergyForAll.  

Read the 2022 Annual Report.

For more information, contact:

Janet Tobin
Communication Lead

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