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Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario to recognize Utilities Kingston for energy conservation efforts

Wednesday, May 9th 2007 9:27:52am

Media Advisory - Attention News/Assignment/Home/Energy Editors


Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario, will present a Certificate of Recognition to Utilities Kingston for their outstanding achievement during the 2006 Refrigerator Retirement Program, aimed at retiring old, electricity guzzling refrigerators.  Utilities Kingston surpassed their retirement target by more than 60%.


WHAT:  

Certificate of Recognition presentation to Utilities Kingston for outstanding achievement during the 2006 Refrigerator Retirement Program


WHEN:  

Monday, May 14, 2007, 11:30 a.m.


WHERE:  

Utilities Kingston, 1211 John Counter Blvd (enter off Lappan's Lane)


WHO:            

* Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario
* Mayor Harvey Rosen, City of Kingston
* Jim Keech, President and CEO, Utilities Kingston


For more information, contact:

Cindie Ashton, Communications Officer, City of Kingston, 613-546-4291 x3116, cell 613-329-3462, cashton@cityofkingston.ca

Tim Taylor, Manager, Media and Public Relations, OPA, 416-969-6353, tim.taylor@powerauthority.on.ca


The Conservation Bureau is an office of the Ontario Power Authority.  It was established in 2005 to develop, coordinate and stimulate electricity conservation and demand management by planning, designing and implementing comprehensive programs that foster a culture of conservation across the province ( www.conservationbureau.on.ca).

Utilities Kingston manages the assets of Kingston Electricity Distribution Limited (KEDL), as well as the natural gas, water, wastewater and network systems for the City of Kingston ( www.utilitieskingston.com).