Conference: Energy Retrofits for Houses

Affordable Comfort for Canadians – Renaissance Toronto Airport Hotel & Conference Centre – in Toronto, ON – October 28-29, 2009


The conference program will feature case study presentations examining up-to-date information on energy retrofit strategies and programs that will provide you with the tools you need to bring affordable comfort to Canadian houses.


You will join over 250 professionals who are expected to attend Energy Retrofits for Houses: Affordable Comfort for Canadians. Program managers, utility staff, architects, renovators, retrofit contractors, field crews for weatherization and industry members who are engaged in insulation and house testing will benefit from attending this highly targeted two day conference.

One Day Exposition for Conference Attendees – WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28

Conference delegates can visit the one day exposition on Wednesday, October 28 to shop and compare some of the newest products, technologies, and services related to energy retrofits for houses.

CLICK HERE for more information and to REGISTER for this event.

Exhibiting companies to date include:

The Energy Conservatory
Eco-Fitt Corporation
Energuy Canada
Everest Supply representing: Walltite, ECO, Zerodraft and Henry Bakor
Great Northern Insulation
Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Institute of Canada (HRAI)
Monroe Infrared
Ontario Building Envelope Council
Ontario Power Authority (OPA)
Snell Infrared Canada
Therm O Comfort
TruTech Tools

About ACI

Mission: To advance the performance of residential buildings through unbiased education.

Vision: Every family has a green home that is energy efficient, durable, comfortable, healthy, and safe, and every community has access to and values skilled home performance services.

Foundation: ACI, a non-profit organization, celebrated 20 years of training building and housing professionals in 2006. Founded as the Affordable Comfort Conference in 1986, our roots are in defining the best way to make homes energy efficient, without harming the residents and the building.

With diligent attention to building science, testing and diagnostics, this systems approach has evolved into the field of home (building) performance, the foundation for creating sustainable, green communities.

Everyone, including the residents, has a role in making a home perform as it should.

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Waynesburg, PA 15370

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ED NOTE: A special note of thanks to Mr. John Snell of The Snell Group for alerting us to this meeting via the Linkedin Group: Infrared Thermographers