How Leak Detection Can Save You Thousands on Your Water Bill

Due to aging infrastructure and the lack of real-time reporting, Toronto residents should be cautious – they can be on the hook for a hefty water bill due to undetected leaks in their buildings. These bills can cost residents thousands in utility fees before they ever realize there’s a problem. Two siblings in Toronto recently […]

Indigenous-focused projects in Canada raising the bar in commercial real estate

Canada’s indigenous communities are a growing presence in the country’s commercial and residential real estate development industries. They are often designing spaces that set a higher standard for urban buildings that harmonize with their natural landscapes while reducing their impact on the environment of the local community.  They account for projects that comprise of millions […]

Getting to net-zero emissions in Canada

In order to avert the worst impacts of climate change, the Government of Canada has committed to achieving net-zero emissions by 2050, a goal that will require the support and engagement of all Canadians and businesses.

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

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 a complex. This leads to insufficient or inaccurate performance analysis, […]