Health benefits of a low-carbon future in Toronto

[An IndEco project report]
Toronto is embarking on TransformTO, a program to look at ways of getting to 80% reduction in GHG emissions by 2050 relative to 1990. Toronto Public Health engaged IndEco to review the literature on potential co-benefits and co-harms. [read more]

Stepping up to the Conservation First challenge

[An IndEco article]
What does the challenge mean for Ontario's electricity distributors, and how might they respond. An article from the EDA's The Distributor magazine. [read more]

North Bay first in Ontario to convert all streetlights to LEDs

[An IndEco article]
North Bay and it's municipally owned electricity distribution utility, North Bay Hydro, have been demonstrating leadership in energy conservation. IndEco has been working closely with North Bay Hydro on strategic energy conservation initiatives since 2007. [read more]


Join IndEco at the launch of the Oxford County Community Sustainability Plan

When: October 28, 2015
Where: Woodstock, Ontario
The County of Oxford is holding a launch event for its vision for managing the community and resources now and in the future. [read more]

Provide your input to the City of Kingston's Community Energy Plan

When: June 23, 2015
Where: Kingston, ON
IndEco and the City of Kingston are hosting Community Caf├ęs to receive input from the Kingston community on the development of a Community Energy Plan. [read more]

IndEco's 20th anniversary!

When: October 5, 2014
Where: Toronto, ON
Thanks to clients and staff, past, and present. [read more]


Supporting the expansion of electric vehicles in Ontario

IndEco supported our clients in applying for funding for the Electric Vehicle Chargers Ontario program. [read more]

Town of Halton Hills Mayor's Community Energy Plan

The Town of Halton Hills has approved IndEco's final Mayor's Community Energy Plan. [read more]

IndEco has helped LDCs recover more than $10 million in lost revenue

Since 2007, IndEco has assisted seventeen electricity local distribution companies recover revenues lost due to reduction in customer sales resulting from their conservation programs. [read more]