The C.D. Howe Institute has published an intelligence memo written by Professor Maya Papineau and co-authored with Erica Myers of the University of Calgary. The piece discusses the implications of her recent research on observed energy savings from home retrofits, particularly when it comes to meeting climate change commitments. Since it’s publication the memo has been garnering some attention on Twitter. Congratulations to Professors Papineau and Myers!
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