The inaugural Canada Home Energy Justice Conference is a groundbreaking event aiming to bridge the gap between academia, program providers, and organizations dedicated to delivering energy efficiency programs to all Canadians. This conference is a pivotal platform designed to facilitate collaboration, knowledge exchange, and the application of research insights to real-world programs.


  • The conference seeks to bring together academics, researchers, and professionals who deliver energy efficiency programs to low-income families. By fostering dialogue and collaboration, we aim to enhance the effectiveness of initiatives geared towards energy justice. Sector professionals can learn about the latest research and the application of the latest findings to program delivery and best practices in working with vulnerable communities. 

  • The conference promotes cross-jurisdictional connections and sharing of best practices. By breaking down geographical barriers, we aim to connect a national network transcending regional limitations, fostering a collective effort toward achieving energy justice for all Canadians. Academics can connect with peers, share their latest research, and apply their findings to real-world problems. 

Our unique format focuses on translating academic research into actionable strategies for energy efficiency programs. By providing a space where theoretical knowledge meets practical implementation, we strive to maximize the impact of research outcomes on the lives of those most in need. By attending, you will hear from panels and presentations and interact with peers on advancing your chosen real-world issues.

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