Improving the energy efficiency of local rinks, arenas, schools, and universities will not only improve conditions and comfort, it will result in cost savings that can be reinvested in other ways.
For example, the savings gained from a more efficient refrigeration control system could be used to upgrade a facility’s outdated and energy-intensive lighting to LED.
And those savings can further be reinvested in the facilities, or used for other priorities within your community.
We have many solutions that can be tailored to custom fit your organization or facility. You and the community you serve will be enjoying the good things efficiency brings in no time, while saving on your bottom line, and having a positive impact on our environment.
Your community could benefit from rebates on high quality, efficient equipment, and programs that identify energy saving opportunities—helping rinks, arenas, schools, and universities run at peak performance.
To better understand your business and provide you with the best solutions, complete the contact form. Describe your next project, or simply tell us a bit about what you’re looking to achieve. We can help identify the programs and rebates that will be the ideal fit for your business.
Put your business in the best light with energy efficient lighting upgrades, such as indoor and outdoor LED technologies, lighting control systems, and more.Learn more
Heat your business more efficiently while saving energy and money, with products like air and ground source heat pumps, HVAC sensors, and more.Learn more
Keep things flowing efficiently with rebates on pumping technologies, like multi-use circulator pumps.Learn more
Business Energy Rebates
Our Business Energy Rebate program provides rebates on energy efficient products costs to businesses of all types. Receive either instant or mail-in rebates to help you offset the cost of high-quality energy efficient products.Learn More
The Retrofit Program offers tailored technical and financial support to help businesses reduce their electrical energy consumption and system-peak demand. Retrofit supports larger more complex measures, involving technology, equipment, and system improvements.Learn More
Energy Management Information Systems
EMIS makes energy visible to organizations through the use of energy meters, data collection, and information analysis. EMIS enables industries to drive energy improvement through enhanced energy information.Learn More
Strategic Energy Management
SEM is a facilitated continuous improvement approach to reduce energy waste and improve your profitability. SEM introduces energy management practices through a number of key activities and exercises, resulting in persistent energy and cost savings.Learn More
The Building Optimization Program focuses on recommissioning measures for existing buildings. Recommissioning ensures that building systems are operating as intended and meet current facility requirements.Learn More
Commercial New Construction
Whether you’re constructing a new commercial, institutional, or multi-unit residential building, planning an expansion or undertaking a major renovation, we can help you at the planning stages to incorporate energy-efficient design features, optimize the building's performance and minimize energy use.Learn More
It’s very rewarding to know you’re at the leading edge of reducing your impacts on the environment.
St. FX University optimized their existing buildings to run more efficiently, while making campus life more comfortable for students and staff. With lighting retrofits, automatic controls, and HVAC Direct Digital Control retrofits, technicians are now able to control the systems with their iPads. The school is saving over 770,000 kWh of energy and $135,000 yearly in steam, electric, and water bills.
A hospital in HRM is now using the power of the sun to heat up their water. With a rebate of $5,500, they were able to install a solar domestic hot water heater which is more energy efficient while also being better for the environment. This piece of equipment helps the hospital save $1,300 a year on energy bills, which they can re-invest in programs for staff and patients.