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Liza Homes received Certificate of Recognition for energy conservation

Monday, July 30th 2007 4:14:57pm

Liza Homes was recognized on June 27, 2007 by the Conservation Bureau for their energy conservation efforts.

The Durham Region homebuilder is completing 50 energy-efficient, ENERGY STAR qualified homes, which will reduce energy consumption by 30%, compared to homes built to minimum Ontario Building Code requirements, and altogether offset approximately 150 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions each year.

The following people appear from left to right:

1. Brian Young, Manager, Conservation and Technology Development Funds, Ontario Power Authority
2. Sharok Mansouri, President of Liza Homes
3. Anvar Irani, Operations, Liza Homes
4. Maryam Mansouri, Project Manager of Liza Homes
5. Colin McLachlan, Land Development, Liza Homes
6. Mayor Pat Perkins, Town of Whitby
7. Corey McBurney, Managing Director, EnerQuality Corporation