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Home energy audits in new Green Energy Act a positive step towards consumer protection

Thursday, May 14th 2009 4:44:51pm

Home energy audits in new Green Emergy Act a positive step towards consumer protection

Today, the Ontario legislature passed Bill150. Better known as the Green Energy and Environment Act, Bill 150 will help protect consumer rights by mandating home energy efficiency audits at point of sale. Having this information will allow home buyers to make an educated purchasing choice.


Stephen Koch, Executive Director of NAIMA Canada, is very knowledgeable about issues of energy efficiency, construction and green building.


Mr. Koch can provide commentary on:

• How the proposed home energy audits will benefit both home sellers and buyers
• The benefits of a home energy audit process
• The true costs of the home energy audit process to consumers
• How home energy audit information will be used to save energy and money  

For further information, or to arrange interviews, please contact:

Tina  Siegel, Environmental Communication Options, 416-972-7401, tsiegel@ecostrategy.ca
Stephen Koch, Executive Director, NAIMA Canada, 613-232-8093, cell 613-292-8772

Details about NAIMA Canada are available at: www.naimacanada.ca

NAIMA Canada
is the association for North American manufacturers of fibre glass, rock wool, and slag wool insulation products doing business in Canada.  Its role is to promote energy efficiency and environmental preservation through the use of fibre glass, rock wool, and slag wool insulation, and to encourage the safe production and use of these materials. NAIMA Canada is a sister organization to the North American Insulation Manufacturers Association (NAIMA).