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Peter Love: Chief Energy Conservation Officer at Summerhill / 11:29 AM, October 15, 2014
In the role of Chief Energy Conservation Officer, Peter Love provides strategic advice and insights to Summerhill, a leader in energy efficiency program design and implementation. Peter is a co-founder of Summerhill. Check out the Summerhill blog and video series, Conservation Conversation, hosted by Peter Love at http://www.summerhillgroup.ca/blog
Peter Love named to Canada’s 2014 Clean50 / 11:36 PM, October 7, 2013
(Toronto, ON, September 19, 2013) Peter Love has been named to Canada's 2014 Clean50. Peter is honoured in the category: Traditional Energy Generation & Retailers. Peter is a "lifer" when it comes to electrifying the push to greater energy efficiency and is a leading advocate for a culture of conservation. He currently is President of the Energy Services Association of Canada, which advocates performance-based solutions to major energy efficiency retrofits. As Adjunct Professor at York University's Faculty of Environmental Studies, he has developed and teaches senior level courses on energy and environmental policy. In his previous role as Ontario's first Chief Energy Conservation Officer, Peter was a leading advocate for energy conservation across the Province and played a key role ...
Energy Services Association of Canada / 3:42 PM, December 23, 2010
Eight leading energy services companies have joined together to create a new advocacy organization to promote greater use of performance based solutions to implement enery efficiency, renewable energy and infrastructure renewal projects. The web site (www.energyservicesassociation.ca) features 27 case studies of successful projects across Canada.
East Gwilliambury Report on Requiring On-Site Renewables / 5:03 PM, January 26, 2010
The Town of East Gwillimbury, north of Toronto, is expected to grow from a population of 20,000 to as many as 150,000 by 2050. It recently approved a comprehensive Community Energy Plan that, among many other recommendations, calls for a district energy system. The Town recently retained Peter to assist them in the implementation of their new plan. He also recently completed a report for the Town on requiring all new buildings to incorporate on-site renewables, as was first done in the London Borough of Merton.
New Course on Energy Efficiency at York University’s Faculty of Environmental Studies / 5:33 PM, December 23, 2009
Peter Love is an Adjunct Professor in York University's Faculty of Environmental Studies. He joins Professors Mark Winfield and Jose Etcheverry in their work to advance energy conservation, efficiency and renewable energy to students as well as the broader community. Peter recently developed and presented a new 4th year course on the fundamentals of energy efficiency. He has also assisted in the creation of the Faculty's new Sustainable Energy Initiative