A guide to preparing conservation and demand management plans

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 [...]

By |2017-11-07T16:09:02-05:00November 18th, 2013|Ideas|0 Comments

BC and Quebec: Canadian leaders in energy efficiency spending

In a recent review of customer energy efficiency programs (excluding natural gas) across Canada undertaken by IndEco on behalf of the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador (GNL), it was discovered that some provinces are spending significantly more per capita than other provinces and territories. The most aggressive pursuer of energy efficiency is British Columbia, spending [...]

By |2017-05-08T11:35:30-04:00August 22nd, 2011|Ideas|0 Comments

IndEco secures MW savings for ERIP 2007 that are double the target for the province

IndEco is proud to have played an integral part in helping Ontario achieve it's ERIP targets. In 2007, the Ontario Power Authority challenged local distribution companies (LDCs) and their General Service Customers to save 4 MW and 12 GWh by the end of 2007 through participation in ERIP, the Electricity Retrofit Incentive Program. IndEco worked [...]

By |2017-06-04T14:26:13-04:00February 11th, 2008|News|0 Comments

Demand side management (DSM) in North American gas utilities

In Enbridge Gas Distribution’s (EGD) 2003 rates case before the Ontario Energy Board, EGD stated its desire to obtain a better understanding of DSM frameworks in other jurisdictions. EGD is the largest distributor of natural gas within the province of Ontario, serving about 1.6 million residential, commercial and industrial customers across Ontario. EGD introduced DSM [...]

By |2017-05-08T11:50:36-04:00February 12th, 2004|Ideas|0 Comments
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