Brighton homebuilder to be recognized for energy conservation
Thursday, October 11th 2007 11:53:08am
Attention Homes/News/Assignment Editors and Reporters
Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer to present Certificate of Recognition to Tobey Developments
(Brighton, Ontario) Peter Love, Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer, will award Gordon Tobey, President of Gordon Tobey Developments, a Certificate of Recognition for his company's continuing commitment to energy conservation.
The ceremony will take place during Brighton's Fall Parade of Homes, a showcase of 14 completed model homes by six area home builders, at Gordon Tobey's EnviroHome, 5 tall Pines Drive, in their Mill Pond Woods development on Saturday, October 13th, 2007 at noon.
Certificate of Recognition presentation
Saturday, October 13th, 2007 at noon
5 Tall Pines Drive, Brighton, Ontario (map attached)
Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer, Conservation Bureau
Gordon Tobey, President of Gordon Tobey Developments
Ontario Power Authority Media Contact: 416-969-6703
Gordon Tobey Developments media Contact: Stephen Tobey, 613-475-0618, (on-site cell: 613-847-0827)
About the Chief Energy Conservation Officer (CECO):
The CECO will assume leadership for developing and implementing energy conservation initiatives, advising on relevant government policy and targets for conservation, and educating and promoting energy conservation to all Ontarians. The CECO is an integral member of the Ontario Power Authority's senior executive team. For more information, visit www.conservationbureau.on.ca.
About Gordon Tobey Developments:
Gordon Tobey Developments Ltd. has been an R-2000 builder since 1983. By incorporating R-2000 construction techniques with enduring design and outstanding craftsmanship, Gordon Tobey Developments Ltd. builds homes of exceptional quality, which provide long-term value to homeowners. For more information, visit www.tobeydevelopments.com.