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James Bay communities develop local expertise

Energy conservation initiatives have reduced some of the cost premium that is an inescapable fact of living in Canada’s north, while supporting skills development that make health care operations more self-reliant in five James Bay communities.


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Solving Issues with Electrical System Power Quality
For one Canadian hospital, a facility-wide energy transformation led to system malfunctions and staff challenges that required immediate remedies. The hospital enlisted Schneider Electric's help in sourcing and addressing the issues for what would later become a case study in energy emergency response. »READ MORE
»Alignvest Student Housing completes acquisition
»Starlight Investments to install energy storage systems
»Updated ASHRAE Legionella standard released
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Bank of Canada HQ gets energy-saving revamp

The last add-on to Bank of Canada’s downtown Ottawa complex may have been ahead of its time, featuring many trappings of the contemporary office: biophilic design, open concepts and outdoor views. Despite its foreshadowing of current workplace trends, the central bank’s headquarters were in need of an update when it recently underwent a sweeping modernization. »READ MORE

21st century grid heralds a new energy future

Electricity powers modern life — our work, our homes, our schools, our healthcare facilities. Buildings are the electricity sector’s number one customer, and the electricity grid is an engineering marvel. But the model for the electrical grid is about 100 years old.

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