Home Energy Retrofit Orientation Program Webinar

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Did you know that 98 percent of homes built before 2017 need to be retrofitted by 2050 for the cities of Burlington and Hamilton to reach their carbon reduction goals? If you are a Burlington or Hamilton homeowner interested in learning more about energy efficiencies for your single-family home (detached, semi-detached or townhouse), register for an upcoming free Home Energy Retrofit Orientation (HERO) Program webinar to ensure you include energy efficiency as part of the renovation.

What to Expect:

  • Module 1: Getting Started
    • Typical homes, energy audits, retrofit roadmaps
    • House as a system and air sealing upgrades
  • Module 2: Improve Your Envelope
  • Module 3: Optimize Your Mechanicals
    • Air conditioning and heating upgrades
  • Module 4: Keep it Flowing
    • Hot water upgrades, reasons to renovate, next steps

Registration Details:

Avoid disappointment and register now. There are only 50 spots available in each webinar session.

This webinar is brought to you by Humber College and Enbridge Inc., supported by the City of Burlington, City of Hamilton and the Centre for Climate Change Management at Mohawk College.

The webinar will be facilitated by Kirk Johnson and Jack Zhou. Kirk is a Sustainability Director with 17 years of experience developing sustainability programs across Canada to address capacity building, energy efficiency, and experiential learning opportunities in the built environment. Jack is a Managing Principal at A&J Energy Consultants and a well-recognized Certified Energy Advisor (CEA) for homes in Ontario, with over 10 years of experience in the industry.

For more information, please contact Adrienne Madden, Industry Partnerships Lead, Centre for Climate Change Management at Mohawk College at adrienne.madden@mohawkcollege.ca or follow @CCCMatMohawk on Twitter.

Take Action Burlington! Get motivated and empowered to take action on climate change by improving the energy efficiency of your home. Collectively we can make a difference.


2 thoughts on “Home Energy Retrofit Orientation Program Webinar

    1. This is an information session for those who are interested in making improvements (retrofits) to their home to make it more energy efficient, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve comfort for the home’s occupants. The session and the retrofits are not mandatory. Should you choose to carry out retrofits, the homeowner pays for them. However, you can qualify for up to $5,000 through the Home Efficiency Rebate through Enbridge. In addition, on Sept. 28, City Council approved staff’s proposal to work with the Centre for Climate Change Management at Mohawk College to develop a deep energy retrofit program. Further details will be posted at burlington.ca/environment and on this blog when available.

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