Clean Energy Retrofit Funding Coming to BC

The Province of British Columbia is continuing investment in community-owned clean energy retrofit projects within the province, by providing $650,000 in funding through CELP. Proactive investments into existing infrastructure can lead to significant savings. Since launching in 2015, the Community Energy Leadership Program (CELP) was created to help fund and implement energy efficiency and clean […]

Wireless Metered EV Charging in Calgary

QMC has recently helped the City of Calgary install wirelessly metered Tesla EV chargers across several parking lots. Trust QMC for the metering portion of your EV charging station projects. As electric vehicle infrastructure continues to grow across Canada, private institutions and municipalities across the country look for cost-effective ways to install EV charging stations. […]

June 2019: Benchmarking Required For Multi-Family Buildings in California

California’s Building Energy Benchmarking Program is in full effect for buildings over 50,000 square feet. Starting June 1st, 2019, Assembly Bill (AB) 802 will require smaller commercial and multi-family properties to also submit building data for benchmarking. Stay proactive and benchmark your building now with QMC’s energy benchmarking solution.   Interesting tidbit: Electrical energy is […]

BC Investing in Social Housing with Large Scale Retrofit Plans

Over $1 billion dollars will be spent over the next decade to make multi-residential social housing more energy efficient, cost-effective, and cleaner for the environment. The Provincial Government of BC is planning on investing $400 million of the $1 billion-dollar initiative in retrofitting current social housing to be more energy efficient, with some buildings reducing […]

BCUC Recommends Deregulation for EV Charging Stations

The British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) has released a report today recommending landlords and stratas with electric vehicle charging stations in BC to be exempt from regulation.   This report comes after a 10-month deliberation with various stakeholders, ranging from EV owners, EV manufacturers, charging station providers, potential EV owners, electrical utilities, provincial government representatives, […]