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Trades Contractors, Emissions Reductions, and The Road to 2030

April 27, 2022 | By Anthony Capkun

April 28, 2022 – How can electrical, mechanical, plumbing contractors capitalize on the Federal 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan, which outlines an ambitious goal of reducing carbon emissions across the country by 40% by 2030?

That was the motivation behind this special panel discussion “The Road to 2030: Trades Contractors and the Federal 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan”.

With the help of our valued sponsors Eaton Corp. and Mitsubishi Electric Heating & Cooling, Electrical Business and HPAC magazines hosted several experts to learn how industry—specifically mechanical and electrical contractors—can get out ahead of pending regulatory policies and standards, and deliver value to their clients.

After all, emissions reductions will rely heavily on electrical and mechanical specialists! WATCH NOW (below).

Our panelists included:

• Kevin Spencer, vice-president, Energy Solutions, Modern Niagara

• Martin Luymes, vice-president, Government & Stakeholder Relations, HRAI

• Jeremy Sager, senior HVAC & Renewables Research Engineer, CanmetENERGY (NRCan)

• Gurvinder Chopra, vice-president, Standards & Regulations, Electro-Federation Canada

The conversation ranged from market expectations and modern technologies to the challenges inherent with new tech and the availability of a qualified workforce for implementing these solutions.

N.B. This is a recording of a Panel Discussion that occurred April 25, 2022.

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