EfficiencyOne named one of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers

EfficiencyOne named one of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers

For immediate release

January 17, 2023 – Halifax/Kjipuktuk, NS—For the fifth year in a row, EfficiencyOne has been named one of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers.

“At EfficiencyOne we come to work every day to transform the way people use energy,” says Stephen MacDonald, President and CEO of EfficiencyOne, the non-profit operator of Efficiency Nova Scotia.  “We are successful because of the team we have; we couldn’t have the impact we have without such a passionate, committed group of people.”

“Being recognized as one of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers for the fifth consecutive year really is an important milestone,” says MacDonald. “Over the past decade, EfficiencyOne has worked to build an organization where employees feel valued and aligned with its mission to help people achieve their energy goals, save money, conserve resources, improve wellbeing, and combat climate change.”

“EfficiencyOne is a leader, not just in advancing the energy efficiency industry and helping Nova Scotia achieve its climate action goals, but also as an employer,” says William Lahey, Founding Chair of the Board of EfficiencyOne and President and Vice Chancellor of the University of King’s College. “In its new Strategic Plan, EfficiencyOne charts an ambitious course for the future, and to be successful, will look to the driving forces of past success: our people; our partners; and the values we commit to everyday.”

Among the many benefits for employees, EfficiencyOne encourages employees to prioritize their health and wellness and focuses on training and professional development opportunities that build and maintain a talented, high-performing workforce. EfficiencyOne prides itself on fostering a culture that celebrates success, promotes and encourages growth, and recognizes the contributions of the entire team.

Now in its 14th year, Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers is an editorial project that recognizes employers with exceptional human resources programs and forward-thinking workplace policies. More details on the award and all the winners can be found on the Canada’s Top Employers website here: https://www.canadastop100.com/atlantic.

About EfficiencyOne

EfficiencyOne, operating in Nova Scotia as Efficiency Nova Scotia, has a proven track record of success in designing and delivering resource efficiency programs and services for homes, businesses, and large industrial customers. Over the last 10 years EfficiencyOne has achieved more than $1 billion in energy savings and contributed 24% of Nova Scotia’s GHG emission reductions. Learn more at efficiencyone.ca

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For more information, contact:

Janet Tobin
Communication Lead
902-499-6494
jtobin@efficiencyns.ca

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