IndEco worked with the Ontario Ministry of Energy to prepare a guide to preparing corporate energy management plans in accordance with Regulation 397/11 of the Green Energy Act. The guide provides information on the following: Meeting the CDM plan requirements Reporting on energy consumption Developing goals and objectives Developing energy saving measures Reporting on renewable [...]
IndEco, as part of our role as project managers of UHN’s comprehensive energy management and engagement program – TLC, Care to Conserve, has prepared energy management plans for UHN’s three hospitals – Toronto Western Hospital (2008-2011), Toronto General Hospital (2009-2012) and Princess Margaret Hospital (2010-2013). These three-year energy plans provide a detailed framework for all [...]
IndEco is working with staff from the City of Brantford in the Facilities and Asset Management department to develop a Corporate Energy Management Plan to guide the City’s energy initiatives over the next 5 years. This plan will fulfill the reporting and planning requirements of Regulation 397/11 set out under the Green Energy Act. “The [...]
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You may be entitled to a significant claim for lost revenues, even if you are behind on your CDM targets Depending on how your local distribution company (LDC) has incorporated projected reductions in energy use from conservation and demand management (CDM) programs into your load forecast (if you did), you may still be entitled to [...]
IndEco worked with the City of Barrie in 2011 to develop a six-year Corporate energy management plan, in compliance with Regulation 397/11 of the Green Energy Act (2009). The plan included a baseline assessment of energy use, targets for reducing energy use, and technological actions to achieve targets. We calculated a 43% internal rate [...]
Smart grid technologies offer exciting possibilities for electricity system stakeholders. For electric utilities and electricity system operators, they provide tools to address peak demand, to improve system reliability, and to manage distributed generation and energy storage technologies. For consumers, smart grid technologies can provide new opportunities to manage electricity use, to control bills, and to [...]