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April 12, 2018
Schneider Electric Canada donates $1M in kind to Ryerson University for Smart Building Analytics Living Lab
Using Schneider Electric's EcoStruxure platform, the lab will facilitate testing and application of real-world building and energy management systems solutions. Students will have access to the latest data analytics and IoT technologies to help reduce urban energy use and combat climate change.
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Leveraging Wireless Technology to Enable Smarter Buildings »
As technology in everyday life becomes more integrated, with more devices offering improved connectivity and visibility, building owners and managers expect the same capabilities from their building systems. Using Wireless technology for a building automation system (BAS) can help engineers create a building design that meets customer expectations and sets them apart from the competition.
ENERGY STAR® Certification Launches for Canadian Commercial Buildings »
Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, the Honourable Jim Carr, announced that ENERGY STAR certification is available in Canada for commercial and institutional buildings for the first time.
Mitsubishi Electric’s Products Solve the Problem of Noise Reduction for the Wyndham Garden Calgary Airport Hotel »
In this case study, the main challenge was to provide heating and air conditioning units in hotel rooms that would minimize outside noise from a nearby airport, while at the same time provide ultimate comfort for guests. Read on to find out how Mitsubishi Electric’s quiet and energy efficient units were chosen as the solution.
Unlocking the Financial Value of Behind-the-Meter Energy Storage »
While many commercial and industrial (C&I) enterprises are drawn to the sustainability and resilience advantages of energy storage, the technology is becoming increasingly valuable for its ability to support multiple demand-side management strategies.
Clean Innovation – Why it Matters & How to Accelerate it Across the Canadian Economy »
Accelerating the pace of clean innovation in Canada is not only an important tool for meeting climate and environmental goals, it also represents a critical economic opportunity across all sectors of Canada’s economy. This landmark report lists six key recommendations to accelerate innovation for a stronger, cleaner economy that benefits all Canadians.

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