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September 2018
Welcome to BEIC’s newest members!

We are happy to announce a number of new members of the BEIC.  If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Jonathan Morier at 647.467.7708 or jonathan.morier@beic.ca.

BEIC membership information can be found at https://beic.ca/reasons-to-join/.

New BEIC Members:
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UPPlift: Toronto Announces Technologies to Be Tested in Pilot Smart City Project »
UPPlift: Toronto recently announced the winning innovators selected to pilot their smart city technologies in test-bed properties owned by QuadReal Property Group and the City of Toronto through its new Urban Pilot Program starting this month in Toronto.
 
With Connected Communities on the Rise, We Must Be Smart About Managing Data »
These days, it seems every mayor of a major city – including Toronto – is on the smart-city bandwagon, and for good reason. The good news is that Canada is well equipped to deliver, both at home and abroad.
Generation Energy Council Report: Canada’s Energy Transition – Getting to Our Energy Future, Together »
The Generation Energy Council presented its report to Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr on June 7, 2018. The report is intended to inform the Government as it develops an energy policy and helps define Canada's energy future.
Alberta Becomes 1st Province to Allow Wireless Electricity Control in New Homes »
Alberta is the first province to update its building code to allow for wireless electricity control in new residential construction.
Ontario Introduces Bill to Cancel Cap and Trade and Launches Carbon Tax Case »
Bill 4: Cap and Trade Cancellation Act, 2018 will repeal the cap and trade regime enacted under the previous government’s Climate Change Mitigation and Low-carbon Economy Act, 2016.
Peak Power to deploy 2350kW / 4700 kWh of energy storage systems with Starlight Investments to target rising Ontario Global Adjustment Charges »
The project has the potential to generate electricity bill savings up to 25% by targeting peak demand charges such as the rising Global Adjustment charge.
Bentall Kennedy Achieves Canada’s First Zero Carbon Building – Performance Certification »
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CaGBC has awarded Canada’s first Zero Carbon Building – Performance certification to Bentall Kennedy’s 100 Murray Street building in Ottawa. This existing 60,000 sq. ft. Class A commercial office space built upon its proven energy performance results and LEED Gold EB: O&M certification in 2016, to demonstrate a balance of zero carbon emissions from the building.
 
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