Peel Memorial Centre scores $523K cheque for energy-efficient design
June 29, 2017 - Alectra Utilities’ Conservation team says it is “proud to have collaborated” with William Osler Health System (Brampton, Ont.) in the design of its new facility, resulting in energy savings of over 3.2 million kWh per year, and electrical demand savings of 856 kW.
June 29, 2017 By Anthony Capkun
The new Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health & Wellness has been designed with improved lighting power density, lighting controls and high-efficiency HVAC equipment, including air handlers with ERV (energy recovery ventilation) technology. These systems allow the building to perform substantially better than other comparable facilities in both electricity and gas usage, says Alectra.
Through the saveONenergy High Performance New Construction program, the facility received an incentive of $523,696 for the project, plus an additional $85,616 for the design requirements needed to achieve these goals.
“Alectra is proud to recognize the William Osler Health System’s vision to create an energy-efficient facility […]” said Mark Henderson with Alectra Energy Solutions.
PHOTO: Alectra Utilities presents William Osler Health System with a $523,000 incentive cheque through saveONenergy. (left to right): John Marshman, William Osler; Joanne Flewwelling, William Osler; Ann Ford, William Osler; Harinder Malhi, MPP; Vic Dhillon, MPP; Mark Henderson, Alectra Energy Solutions; April Currey, Alectra Utilities. Photo courtesy Alectra.
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