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''Energy Design Reviews: Starting out on the Greenest Foot''
by Juan Orozco, P. Eng, CEM, LEED AP
Industrial facility owners, managers and operators are increasingly concerned with lowering production energy costs and reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to meet profitability and sustainability requirements. Traditionally, the first step to improve energy efficiency is to perform an energy audit within a facility and its production systems, but such audits are sometimes reactive and fall short of achieving owner and operator targets. READ...

''Sealing the loading dock delivers energy savings''
by Steve Kalbfleisch
In Canada, the idea of saving energy is ingrained in our culture because of the cost of protecting ourselves from the elements. So, when management decides to put its facility on an energy diet, its attention generally has been aimed at high-profile, renewable-energy equipment such as solar panels and fuel cells, or ''low-hanging fruit'' devices, such as lighting sensors and waterless toilets. Yet some of the solutions with the biggest energy savings potential offering the fastest payback can be found on the loading dock. READ...

RECAP - Energy Management Canada's Tweets from Greenbuild 2011 - Day 1
While attending Greenbuild 2011, Energy Management Canada's Alyssa Dalton captured the action by posting Tweets in real-time to our Twitter Feed. READ...

''Drive Cost Savings through energy management''
by Nick Henn
It is important that businesses do not overlook one of the simplest ways they can have a positive impact on their bottom line: managing their energy costs. By understanding where and when businesses consume energy and implement appropriate energy strategies, companies from all industries can expect to see a more predictable energy budget. READ...


Energy 2011 - A Lean and Green Future: Making Energy Visible
The Canadian Industrial Program for Energy Conservation (CIPEC)—in partnership with Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME)—is bringing together the country's leading energy experts, industry leaders and energy efficiency suppliers to share best practices and explore the new frontiers in industrial energy efficiency at Energy 2011: ''A Lean and Green Future: Making Energy Visible''. READ...

Acuity Brands acquires Calgary's Pathway Connectivity Inc.
Acuity Brands has acquired Pathway Connectivity Inc., a manufacturer of networked data communications and interface equipment for architectural and entertainment lighting control applications. READ...

USGBC announces 2011 LEED for Homes Award recipients
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has named the recipients of the 2011 LEED for Homes Awards, recognizing projects, developers and homebuilders who have ''demonstrated leadership in the residential building marketplace''. READ...

Owens Corning and The Home Depot Canada team up with SpaceSaver bags
Owens Corning—a provider of building materials and glass-fiber technology—announced The Home Depot Canada will transition to SpaceSaver R-12 and R-20 EcoTouch Pink Fiberglas insulation bags. READ...


CIPHEX Roadshow, October 18, Edmonton, Alta.

CIPHEX Roadshow, October 20, Regina, Sask.

PowerLogic Users Group Conference, October 21, Toronto, Ont.

NECA Show, October 22-25, San Diego, Calif.

Complimentary KyotoCooling Seminar, October 25-26, Helena, Mont.

PowerLogic Users Group Conference, October 28, Vancouver, B.C.

Construct Canada, November 30 – December 2, Toronto, Ont.

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