October 2017

Site-specific targets key to savings
 
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Smart energy management for BC industry

October 2017

When an energy audit revealed that Citadel Middle School was overly lit and one of the highest energy users in School District No. 43 (Coquitlam), it was time to rethink the school's lighting design. Today, it's one of B.C.'s first all-LED schools. Also this month, we show how building-specific reduction targets are helping Fraser Health meet its corporate energy management goal, and we offer a reminder to those who own or operate a building in Vancouver's downtown core that it's vital you maintain your building's dual radial vault.

School could save $27,000 a year by going all LED

School could save $27,000 a year by going all LED

With a switch to LED lighting, School District No. 43 (Coquitlam) reduced electricity use at the school by 71%, saving $22,000 in annual energy costs and an expected $5,000 a year in maintenance costs.

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Site-specific reduction targets pay off

Site-specific reduction targets pay off

Fraser Health's use of site-specific reduction targets is a first for a B.C. health authority, and so far the approach is extremely effective. Learn more


You must maintain that dual radial vault

You must maintain that dual radial vault

If you own or operate a building in Vancouver's downtown core, you're likely on the dual radial vault system, which requires maintenance every three and a half years. Learn more


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