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COVID-19 incubates global adjustment 2021-22
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The late May heat wave signals the launch of the annual chasing-the-peaks challenge for many of Ontario’s large commercial building operators. Electricity customers with average monthly demand of at least one megawatt (MW) have the opportunity to lock in a favourable factor for calculating their share of global adjustment (GA) costs for an entire year, but it depends on how adroitly they can reduce energy loads during the five hours of the year when the highest system-wide peak demand is recorded.

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»Solid pre-pandemic fundamentals buttress market
 
»Reopening the workplace amid COVID-19 fears
 
»Q4 overflow spurs Montreal investment deal volume
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The Benefits of Building Energy Modelling

Building Energy Modelling (BEM) is a versatile, multipurpose tool used in both new construction and existing buildings.  » READ MORE 

»Time-of-use pricing respite adds nominal costs
 
»Rodent activity on the rise
 
»Pension fund watchdog tuned to real estate arms
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Open protocols could nurture organic smart city

The termination of Toronto’s Sidewalk Labs project is a missed opportunity to demonstrate how smart buildings and technologies can improve life in an urban environment. Yet, it also underscores a common problem that many smart cities are facing. »READ MORE

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Data centres gain traffic missing from highways

At least 84 commercial buildings nationwide have been abuzz during protracted COVID-19-related business shutdowns. They house the data centres that have literally underpinned the continued functioning of Canada’s economy and Canadians’ interconnectedness during the past weeks. »READ MORE

 
 
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