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Bimbo Canada and St Marys discuss Energy Star for Industry

On April 30, hear from Jeff Robertson, P.Eng., EP, and Jonathan Allport (Bimbo Canada), and Allison Merz (St Marys Cement), who will provide an overview of the path to Energy Star recognition and certification for their respective industrial facilities.

Automated, continuous optimization for federal facilities via RETScreen

The RETScreen Clean Energy Management Software team has been awarded new funding from Canada’s Greening Government Fund (GGF) for a three-year project that aims to build automated GHG management capabilities into RETScreen Expert to enable continuous operational energy and GHG optimization for federal facilities.

GMF “better positioned to accelerate municipal transformation” says FCM

The Federation of Canadian Municipalities says it has redesigned the Green Municipal Fund’s “long-standing core funding offer to support Canadian municipalities in delivering high-impact sustainability projects”. Already underway, GMF is accepting funding applications for: Sustainable municipal buildings: Reduce GHG emissions and save on energy costs with net-zero new-builds and deep energy retrofits.


Energize Vancouver: helping owners improve energy performance and emissions

Owners and property managers of large office, retail, and multi-family buildings in the City of Vancouver can access the new Energize Vancouver resource hub to report their building’s energy use and GHG emissions (ahead of the June 1 deadline) while learning about future requirements to reduce emissions with how-to guides, videos, resources, and other support tools. » Read more

Ottawa proffers $99M Sustainable Jobs Training Fund

The Government of Canada issued a call for proposals for two new funding opportunities under the Sustainable Jobs Training Fund (SJTF). Projects will range from $8 million to $15 million each, and must focus on at least one of three areas that will help workers develop the skills required to seize opportunities in the low-carbon economy. » Read more

“Strengthened” Oil to Heat Pump program now in Nova Scotia

Ottawa launched its “strengthened” Oil to Heat Pump Affordability (OHPA) program in Nova Scotia, under which low- to median-income households can apply to receive up to $30,000 in funding to cover the full cost of switching to a heat pump. This includes up to $15,000 from the federal OHPA program and up to $15,000 from the Province of Nova Scotia. » Read more

Report supports geothermal and thermal storage to offset grid loads in Ontario

A report commissioned by the Ontario Clean Air Alliance recommends incentives to boost the installation of more ground-source heat pumps, thermal storage solutions, electric batteries, and two-way electric vehicle chargers to help offset the demand on the province’s power grid. » Read more


Run HVACR motors based on process demands with ABB ACH180

ABB’s ACH180 microdrive is designed to allow operators to run high-efficiency motors based on HVACR process demands rather than at full speed. The drive is suitable for a range of applications, including air handlers, fan arrays, heat pumps, compressors, and pumps. » Learn more


Reno LED Lighting expands to EV chargers with Reno EVC

Canadian lighting manufacturer Reno LED Lighting Inc. has entered the electric vehicle space with the Reno EVC line of EV supply equipment (EVSE). “This addition enables our clients to offer a comprehensive suite of energy management solutions, all from a single, trusted source,” said Robert Stollar, vice-president, Sales. » Learn more


The MEET Show

May 1-2, Moncton, N.B. (MEET stands for Mechanical, Electrical, Electronic Technology) » More info

PM Springfest

May 9, Toronto (by invitation) » More info