THE PERFECT TIME TO INSTALL AN EV SYSTEM

  The BC government’s CleanBC Go Electric EV Charger Rebate program is helping new and existing residential developments by providing a rebate of up to 50% to help buy and install EV chargers at work and at home. $10 million has recently been invested into the program as part of the 2021 provincial budget in […]

Understanding Consumption is the Key to Reducing Your Carbon Footprint

understanding consumption is the key to reducing your carbon footprint Buildings in the institutional and industrial sector benefit from submetering as they often lack accurate and reliable metering data. Military bases, universities, colleges and factories typically only have main utility meters installed to capture the consumption for an entire facility or the larger buildings within […]

Now is the Best Time to Retrofit Your Business

Energy Savings for business (ESB) Now is the best time to retrofit your property or business. Emissions Reduction Alberta (ERA) is offering to help small to medium-sized businesses in Alberta start reducing emissions and saving on their utilities through the installation of various high-energy efficiency retrofits. The ERA is accomplishing this by offering businesses that […]

TOP FIVE BENEFITS AND BASICS OF UTILITY SUBMETERING

UTILITY SUBMETERING FAQS, BENEFITS & BASICS The utility submetering industry has seen massive growth in the commercial buildings space, as property managers and developers alike have seen the cost benefits of submetering. WHAT IS SUBMETERING? Submetering involves installing meters after the primary utility meter to monitor energy use by individual tenants. You can submeter for […]

Heat Wave Generates Questions About the Future

With the heatwave currently enveloping the Pacific Northwest, the burning question remains: Are we prepared for the future? Accurately measuring utility use will become more important than ever. Over the weekend BC Hydro found that demand was up 7,972 megawatts, smashing the previous record of 7,897 megawatts last August, as residents across the Lower Mainland […]