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Energy Conservation Policies Ineffective

Toronto Condo News
Publication date:
January 28, 2018
Article Summary: 

The blog discusses the effectiveness of energy conservation policies in condominium buildings. It highlights the fact that many of these policies have been found to be ineffective due to a lack of enforcement, inadequate communication and education, and a lack of incentives for residents to conserve energy. The article argues that condominium boards should focus on implementing policies that are both effective and feasible, such as installing energy-efficient appliances and lighting, improving insulation, and encouraging residents to use public transportation or carpool. The blog also includes tips on how boards can increase resident engagement in energy conservation efforts, such as providing regular updates on energy usage and offering incentives for residents who meet conservation targets.


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Toronto Condo News
Energy Conservation Policies Ineffective
January 28, 2018
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