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March 2019
BEIC Update
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.

Click here for BEIC membership information.

New BEIC Members:
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Three Ways to Reduce Building Energy Consumption Through Water Treatment
Building HVAC water treatment is one of the most overlooked, yet easiest method to improve building energy efficiency without upgrading equipment.
 
The BEIC’s Advocacy Priorities
In order to prioritize advocacy efforts, the BEIC intends to focus its advocacy efforts on the following priorities.
New Museum Charts a Smooth Course Towards Sustainability
The new Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough, Ontario will be almost 40% more energy efficient than a comparable design that only meets current standards and codes.
The University of Waterloo Energy Network (UWEN) Will Host a Hackathon on June 1st, 2019
uwEnergyHacks is focused around a series of energy-related issues and encourages hackers to find innovative solutions to real-world problems.
Enwave Receives Funding to Expand Environmentally Friendly Deep Lake Cooling System

A sustainable energy project, Deep Lake Water Cooling draws cold water from Lake Ontario to cool hospitals, educational campuses, government buildings, commercial and residential buildings in Toronto’s downtown core.

First Project in Quebec Receives CaGBC Zero Carbon Building – Design Certification

École Curé-Paquin is the first project in Quebec – and the first grade school in Canada – to receive the Canada Green Building Council’s (CaGBC) Zero Carbon Building – Design certification.

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