Biografía: Kirk Johnson is a Sustainability Director with 15+ years of experience developing & delivering over $300M+ in over 20+ sustainability programs across Canada. . Funders for these national, provincial, municipal programs include NRCan, Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC), City of Toronto, OPA/IESO, BOMA, HRAI, Environment & Climate Change Canada (ECCC), GreenON, EnerQuality, Enbridge, Toronto Hydro, and the Ministry of Energy (MOE). Kirk has held Sustainability Portfolio Manager, Program Director, and Program Lead roles on some of Canada's largest and longest-lasting sustainability programs including designing/managing the national 1000+ building CaGBC CRE GREEN UP Program; Toronto’s $40M MURB and MUSH Incentive programs s; IESO/OPA's CRE market portfolio with the $75M BOMA-Toronto CRE Incentives Program, Ontario's $35M Heat Pump/Fuel Switching Program, the province's $40M High-Performance New Construction Program (HPNC); and re-designing/leading the $30M Ontario's GreenON Program delivery for HRAI. Kirk's market transformation work includes leading and setting the building certification performance standards for the energy section of the award-winning Toronto Green Standard (TGS) V1 and securing the Canadian license for ENERGY STAR for Multi-Family (ESMF) Program. He has chaired the NRCan's DSM Working Group for the Canadian adaption of the EPA Portfolio Manager to Canada and the Mayor's Working Group for District Energy. He has actively contributed as an advisory group member on the MaRS/CaGBC IREE Investor Confidence Project; on TAF's MURB Pumping Energy Savings and Deep Energy Retrofit reports. In 2021, Kirk developed & delivered a Climate Action MURB capacity building program in Toronto, funded by Environment & Climate Change Canada (ECCC). He is the former Chair of Earth Day Canada and teaches Sustainability at Humber College including the new Sustainability Project Management & Analytics course he created in 2020Directorio de miembros
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