News & Stories
October 24, 2018 - Amarjeet Sohi, Canada’s federal minister of natural resources, has announced independent Energy Star certification is now available, for the first time, for new mid- and high-rise residential buildings in Ontario.
October 23, 2018 – Ontario’s Hiawatha First Nation has unveiled a solar panel installation on the Old Railroad Stop, its flagship business and community hub, which will reportedly generate 22 kW of electricity.
October 16, 2018 – Toronto-headquartered asset management firm Brookfield Infrastructure has completed its previously announced plan to acquire all issued and outstanding common shares of Enercare, which is based in Markham, Ont., and provides commercial and residential energy services and products in Canada and the U.S.
October 16, 2018 – According to Hydro-Quebec, the gap in electricity pricing between its province and the rest of North America has only widened, with prices remaining lower in Quebec than anywhere else in the continent.
October 11, 2018 - Calgary-based Eguana Technologies, which manufactures residential and commercial energy storage systems, has appointed Marcus Brunner chief sales officer (CSO).
October 9, 2018 – Montreal-headquartered Engie Services Canada, an energy efficiency facility management provider, has promoted its chief financial officer (CFO), Luc Duguay, to CEO of its MultiTech subsidiary, a mechanical and electrical service contractor in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). He succeeds Louie Cosolo, who has left the company.
October 5, 2018 – EcoDataCenter, a facility developer based in Sweden, has announced it will put the world’s first carbon-positive data centre into operation later this fall.
October 4, 2018 – Vancouver-based Legend Power Systems (LPS) has sold five of its Harmonizer voltage management systems—totalling $475,000—to three Ontario school boards.
September 27, 2018 – The Wolfville Farmer's Market has unveiled a new solar panel array that will power it year-round. The 20-kW installation is the largest of its kind in the Nova Scotia town.
September 25, 2018 — The high cost of electricity is an all-too-common—albeit perfectly legitimate—complaint in Ontario, especially when those gripes come from the energy-intensive manufacturing sector. It is only natural for this sector to feel under attack when both federal and provincial government policies find new ways of increasing its cost of doing business.
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