News & Stories
August 17, 2017 - Energy storage technologies are emerging as a viable way for customers to manage increasing electricity costs. Batteries allow them to take electricity from the grid when prices are low during off-peak hours and use it during high-priced on-peak hours. Batteries also provide a possible mechanism for critical peak avoidance, allowing Class A consumers to reduce their Global Adjustment costs.
August 15, 2017 - Originally founded in 1966, Buy-Low Foods is now the largest food wholesale distributor to independent grocers in Western Canada, serving nearly 1900 wholesale customers through its Associated Grocers and Van-Whole Produce divisions.
August 2, 2017 - “Keeping track of all the changes impacting the energy industry feels a lot like herding cats,” say organizers of Association of Energy Services Professionals’ Summer Conference, “But you do need to corral them (the changes, not the cats!) if only to understand the profound transformation coming to utilities and the new business models that are emerging in response to these opportunities and challenges.”
July 20, 2017 - Energy consulting company 360 Energy (Ancaster, Ont.) welcomed Kristian Johnson as its newest account manager, while Lisa Brodeur has been appointed to the new role of senior account manager.
July 19, 2017 - “We need to make more conscious choices when it comes to our energy consumption. The Energy Star Canada program and its participants have been very successful in helping Canadians do just that. We are proud to honour this year’s award winners,” said Jim Carr, Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, in announcing the 2017 winners of Energy Star Canada awards.
June 29, 2017 - After about a year of construction, the Philips Lighting Concept Centre (LCC) in Markham, Ont., is officially open. Energy-Manager.ca was there for the ribbon-cutting ceremony, which was carried out by Frank Scarpitti, Mayor of Markham, Mike Gentile, president & CEO of Philips Lighting Canada, and Ellen Godson, senior manager for Philips Lighting University.
June 29, 2017 - Under the federal Gas Tax Fund (GTF), over $2.3 million is expected to support 42 community energy systems projects in 35 communities across Saskatchewan this this year, primarily for energy-saving building retrofits.
June 20, 2017 - Ontario says it is reducing electricity up to 25% for some of the “biggest job creators” in Northern Ontario, including mining and forestry companies, “to boost their competitiveness and help them continue to grow”.
May 29, 2017 - FortisBC recognized 11 B.C. organizations for their “dedication to conserving energy” recently with the 2017 Efficiency in Action Awards. Through their combined efforts, the award recipients have achieved an estimated 120,000 gigajoules (GJ) of annual natural gas savings, which is the equivalent of taking approximately 1200 gasoline-powered cars off the road, according to the utility.
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AESP Summer Conference 2017
August 29-31, 2017
Behaviour Energy and Climate Change 2017
October 15-18, 2017
The Buildings Show 2017
November 29-1, 2017