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City of Waterloo’s outstanding energy conservation efforts during 2006 Voluntary Blackout Day garners Certificate of Recognition from Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer
Monday, October 23rd 2006 4:40:05pm
(Waterloo, ON) Cities across Ontario, responding to a challenge from Woodstock City Council, issued an electricity conservation challenge to residents and city staff on August 13th, 2006 in recognition of the great blackout of 2003. Waterloo, officially assessed by Woodstock City Council, placed 2nd this year with a 2.7 percent reduction in electricity demand, and Windsor was the best performing community with a 4.4 percent reduction.
Peter Love, Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer, will present a Certificate of Recognition to the City of Waterloo at City Hall on October 25, 2006 at 11:30 a.m. to recognize Waterloo’s outstanding conservation efforts during the 2006 Volunteer Blackout Day.
Wednesday, October 25, 2006, 11:30 a.m.
Waterloo City Hall, 100 Regina Street South, Waterloo
Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer, Conservation Bureau
Herb Epp, Mayor, City of Waterloo
Karen Moyer, Manager, Special Projects, Public Work Services, City of Waterloo
John Janzen, Communications Coordinator, Waterloo North Hydro
Certificate of Recognition presentation
For more information, contact Barton Sala, Conservation Bureau, 416-969-6009, firstname.lastname@example.org