University of Western Ontario energy and water management master plan

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University of Western Ontario energy and water management master plan

IndEco worked with University of Western Ontario students, faculty, and staff to develop the institution’s Energy and Water Management Master Plan. Drawing on audits, data analysis, research, benchmarking, and strategic planning, the 10-year Master Plan includes goals and targets for energy and water management, and specific actions to achieve these goals.

“IndEco prepared a comprehensive plan with a strong strategy and clear actions, which will guide Western University’s energy and water management activities.”

The Master Plan identifies and prioritizes opportunities for energy and water efficiency and renewable energy. Furthermore, the Master Plan uses innovative communication and education methods to inform and engage a wide range of people including students, staff and faculty.

The result: a comprehensive 10-year plan that saves money, reduces Western’s environmental impact, and advances the university’s core educational mission – to produce graduates who can help create a healthy and sustainable society.

By | 2017-05-22T16:47:28+00:00 July 13th, 2012|News|0 Comments

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Shona joined IndEco in 2014 as a junior consultant, and worked her way up to President in 2012 before leaving to pursue other opportunities in 2017. While at IndEco, Shona applied her skills to a wide range of client problems, including: designing strategies and programs to deliver energy efficiency, including to customers with special requirements, such as low-income customers; developing strategic energy, climate change, and other types of plans; and evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of existing initiatives and recommending how they may be improved.