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News update: Ontario's controversial clean energy deal - Pulse Energy's prize for new technology WATCH

Schneider Electric enables Earth Rangers to reduce energy usage WATCH


Ontario government signs controversial clean energy deal
The Ontario government has signed an agreement that will bring more green energy and new jobs to Ontario, but at what cost to its reputation? more...

Award-winning buildings: Quebec project shines at ASHRAE awards
Designers were recognized last week by ASHRAE at its Technology Awards for incorporating elements of innovative building design. more...

Ontario students win big at ASHRAE awards
Students from Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology received first place in an integrated sustainable building design project competition. more...

Carlo Gavazzi, Pulse Energy strike partnership deal
New energy management solutions on the horizon more...

ASHRAE publishes update to Principles of HVAC
The new textbook designed to double as a reference manual for engineers. more...


Considering a rooftop solar lease deal? Proceed with caution.
By Lisa Borsook and Jeff G. Cowan
A number of property owners and tenants are receiving inquiries from rooftop solar panel installers interested in installing solar panels on their roofs. In principle, the idea sounds good, but be careful before entering into licences for solar panels. Here's what to look out for.

Compressed air management tips — find the cost and energy savings
By Alan Bandes
Compressed air management offers tremendous savings potential. The problem is that there are many plant personnel who don't quite understand that compressed air isn't free. Unfortunately, it is very expensive. Here's how you can manage it.

A cost-per-meal energy standard for restaurants? The Harmony Group wants to make it happen
By Robert Colman
The challenge in managing any property is to get individuals working within it to operate it properly. This is particularly difficult in restaurants where ''efficiency'' is all about getting people their food as quickly (and pleasantly) as possible. You can't turn off a deep fryer with customers at the front of the house just to save energy. Or can you? Leslie Burns, Energy Manager for the Harmony Group of companies, believes you can.


Ontario Energy Network Lunch, February 17, Fairmont Royal York Hotel, Toronto, ON

Renewable Energy in Ontario, March 1-2, St. Andrew's Club and Conference Centre, Toronto, ON

Globe 2010, March 24-26, Vancouver, BC

ENEX: Energy efficiency benefits for the bottom line, May 11-12, Hamilton, Ontario

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