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Hollis Johnson, a deputy assistant secretary at the Department of Energy, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, is in Paris meeting with energy ministers, who are meeting with governments about implementing the Paris agreement.

According to a press release by the government, Johnson was in Paris to discuss ways to “enhance U.S. and Canadian climate leadership opport더킹카지노unities”. The department’s press release said that Johnson is also in the city, along with federal climate change officials.

Canada was previously leading the world in energy efficiency in 2012 with an energy efficiency우리카지노 of 33 per cent per sector. By 2020, Canada is expected to be in second place behind the United States (32 per cent), according to the report by McKinsey. The United States will have an efficiency of 57 per cent in 2020 compared to Canada’s 38 per cent.

Johnson is one of the leading global executives in the renewable energy industry, a marke바카라t that the Department of Energy says, “will generate $3 billion in new U.S. domestic power capacity over the next five years.”

In Paris, the two countries discussed a number of initiatives, including projects aimed at making energy saving improvements to energy efficient buildings and systems to help meet the climate goals. Canada’s “energy security pledge,” announced during the Obama-Trump meeting with Paris’ heads of government, “encourages Canada’s economic growth to contribute significantly to the global fight against climate change.”