July 2018

LED advantage grows; smart charging trial
 
Power of Business
Smart energy management for BC industry

July 2018

First up in this month's issue, we look at the growing gap – in efficiency and costs – between fluorescent and LED lighting technologies. We also share 15 workplace power-saving tips that will improve profitability, we urge you to join our smart thermostat trial or managed charging pilot program for business customers.

Efficiency gap grows between fluorescents and LEDs

Efficiency gap grows between fluorescents and LEDs

Fluorescent lamps just can't compete with LEDs. Our latest lighting comparison charts shows how an LED using a lighting control is now three times more efficient than a T12.

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Save energy at work with these 15 tips

Save energy at work with these 15 tips

The more power you save, the more profitable your business can be. Learn more


Join our managed charging pilot program

Join our managed charging pilot program

We're running a free pilot program to test new technologies and solution for battery charging in vehicles and buildings. And we want you to participate. Learn more


In case you missed it

Register for a smart thermostat trial for business customers

We're running a smart thermostat trial for business customers starting this summer, and we're looking for business customers to participate. The trial is voluntary, and free of charge. Learn more

All you need for an energy-saving campaign

We teamed up with FortisBC to create four free and easy-to-use toolkits that will help you run energy-saving campaigns with your staff. Choose from four toolkits while supplies last. Learn more

It's easier online

Our free MyHydro tool allows businesses to measure their performance, eliminate any guesswork, and see tangible results from their energy-saving efforts.

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Success stories by sector

Find out what other companies have done to become more energy efficient, saving not just electricity, but money too.

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