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Natural Resources Canada | Natural Resources Canada

Nov 15, 2018 ...Natural Resources Canada Natural Resources Canada seeks to enhance the responsible development and use of Canada’s natural resources and the competitiveness of Canada’s natural resources products. Please read our latest notices: Possible disruption of Canada Post services Canada’s Commemorative Map Check out the names of places that commemorate the actions

Enrolment with Natural Resources Canada as an ESTMA Reporting Entity | Natural Resources Canada

Oct 31, 2018 ...Enrolment with Natural Resources Canada as an ESTMA Reporting Entity Reporting Entities must enrol with Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) prior to submitting an Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (ESTMA) report and are encouraged to do so as soon as possible.  The purpose of enrolment is to provide NRCan with relevant information required

Intellectual Property at Natural Resources Canada | Natural Resources Canada

Oct 29, 2018 ...Intellectual Property at Natural Resources Canada Natural Resources Canada has a comprehensive intellectual property portfolio consisting of training and workshop material, software, and patented technologies in the fields of energy efficiency, clean tech, explosives, mining, forestry, earth sciences, mapping and earth observation. Natural Resources

Case studies | Natural Resources Canada

Nov 23, 2018 ...Case studies New buildings Four Centres at Red Deer College, Natural Resources Canada (2015) [PDF – 832KB] A Grander View of the Future: A Case Study of Enermodal Engineering's New Building, Natural Resources Canada (2012) [PDF – 1.16MB] Existing buildings Vancouver School Board gets top marks for sustainability, Natural Resources Canada (2012) Fairmont

Natural Resources Canada Featured Initiatives | Natural Resources Canada

Nov 8, 2018 ...Natural Resources Canada Featured Initiatives Explore our featured initiatives below as we introduce you to some of the great projects, technologies, and ideas that Natural Resources Canada is working on to create a stronger energy future for all Canadians. A new Canadian Energy Regulator Find out about proposed changes to Canadian energy regulations

ecoENERGY for Biofuels Program | Natural Resources Canada

Dec 19, 2018 ...ecoENERGY for Biofuels Program About the Program The ecoENERGY for Biofuels Initiative (which has now ended) invested up to $1.5 billion over 9 years to boost Canada's production of biofuels. Administered by Natural Resources Canada, the ecoENERGY for Biofuels program ran from April 1, 2008 to March 31, 2017. Recipients were entitled to receive incentives

Lighting | Natural Resources Canada

Nov 9, 2018 ... for 11% of energy used. Source: Distribution of residential energy use in Canada 2015,  Natural Resources Canada. Text version Residential energy use in Canada by activity A pie chart representing energy consumed in the average Canadian home is divided into five sections: Space heating 62%; Water heating 19%; Appliances 13%; Lighting 4%; and Space cooling 2

Natural Gas for Transportation | Natural Resources Canada

Dec 19, 2018 ... – including gas producers, transporters, distributors, vehicle and equipment manufacturers, and end-users – as well as representatives from environmental non-governmental organizations and academia. Facilitated by Natural Resources Canada, this process provided a platform for this broad array of stakeholders to discuss the potential for natural gas use across

For retailers/dealers | Natural Resources Canada

Nov 9, 2018 ...For retailers/dealers Save your customers energy and money If you are a retailer or dealer of energy-using products, you can help Canadians make energy-efficient choices. To help you help your customers, Natural Resources Canada has its own “brands” that promote energy-efficient products. The ENERGY STAR® symbol indicates that a product meets or exceeds

Electronics | Natural Resources Canada

Nov 9, 2018 ... Natural Resources Canada study found that entertainment and home office equipment alone accounted for more than 20% of electricity used in non-electrically heated homes. And energy use trends indicate that Canadian households own almost 160% more electronics than they did ten years ago! ENERGY STAR certified electronics have special features to cut down on active

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