A recent partnership between the Community Data Program Community Analytics Service and the Canadian Urban Sustainability Practitioners Network (CUSP) accessed data from the 2016 Census to model outcomes of clean energy transitions and to create energy poverty profiles for neighbourhoods. Here, Michel Frojmovic and Mike Ditor from the CDP present the project and some overall findings from the energy poverty analysis. This webinar introduces the “Energy Poverty and Equity Explorer” a new community mapping tool and new data tables on energy poverty that are now available to all CDP users.
We encourage you to go online and glance at the tables before the viewing webinar. The tables are available to download here.
Date: November 12, 2019
Presenters: Michel Frojmovic, Program Lead of the Community Data Program and Mike Ditor, Data Purchase and Access Coordinator for the Community Data Program
- PDF: Presentation Slides
- Excel (users only): The CDP team has created this Excel file using extracts from the CUSP tables. The tables were briefly discussed at the end of the webinar. They provide indicators on energy poverty and related characteristics, such as structural type of dwellings, housing condition, size of household, low income incidence, etc. Please read the 'notes' tab before using the data.