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Recent Releases from Conservation Bureau

Chief Energy Conservation Officer Issues 2007 Annual Report

Published Wed, 7 Nov 2007 13:19:34 EST Read More

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Chief Energy Conservation Officer Issues 2007 Annual Report; Urges Ontario Government To Take Action on 12 Key Recommendations TORONTO, Ontario, November 7, 2007  Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer, Peter Love, released his 2007 annual report, Taking Action, urging the Ontario government to adopt 12 key recommendations to achieve a “culture of conservation” throughout the province. Codes and standards are among the most effective ways to achi...... Click here to read this release



Woodstock auto parts manufacturer recognized for energy conservation

Published Fri, 2 Nov 2007 12:22:11 EST Read More

Media Release - For Immediate Release Energy conservation investment pays for itself in only 2 years (Woodstock, Ontario, November 2, 2007) Peter Love, Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer, awarded Canada Mold Technology Inc. a Certificate of Recognition on October 22nd for its ambitious energy conservation efforts. With assistance from Woodstock Hydro and an investment of $80,000 at their 5,574 square meter plant, the company achieved annual energy savings of $40,000 - payi...... Click here to read this release



Brighton EnviroHome builder receives Certificate of Recognition

Published Sat, 13 Oct 2007 12:01:45 EST Read More

Media Release - For Immediate Release Chief Energy Conservation Officer applauds Gordon Tobey Developments' commitment to energy efficiency (Brighton, ON, October 13, 2007) Peter Love, Ontario's first Chief Energy Conservation Officer, awarded Gordon Tobey Developments with his Certificate of Recognition for outstanding commitment to building energy efficient houses. The event took place during Brighton's Fall Parade of Homes, a showcase of 14 completed model homes by six area hom...... Click here to read this release



Brighton homebuilder to be recognized for energy conservation

Published Thu, 11 Oct 2007 11:53:08 EST Read More

Media Advisory 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 show...... Click here to read this release



Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer recognizes energy savings in 2,500 Park Property Management Rental Units across the GTA

Published Tue, 2 Oct 2007 15:09:35 EST Read More

Media Release – For Immediate Release TORONTO: Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer recognizes energy savings in 2,500 Park Property Management Rental Units across the GTA Smart Sub-metering for rental suites a “Win-Win” for tenants and managers Program rolling out to remaining 5,000 rental suites in Toronto, Mississauga, Oakville, Etobicoke, Scarborough, Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge and Stratford (Toronto, October 2, 2007) Amid a crowd of tenants and other guest...... Click here to read this release



Cambrian College wins conservation award

Published Thu, 27 Sep 2007 12:21:01 EST Read More

Media Release – For immediate release Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer recognizes efforts to create a culture of conservation (Sudbury, ON, September 27, 2007) Peter Love, Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer, today awarded Cambrian College with his prestigious Certificate of Recognition for their outstanding commitment to conservation. The ceremony took place during Cambrian’s one-day “Living Building” Conference and Trade Show, held at the College’s e...... Click here to read this release



Williams Mine recognized for participation in the Sustainable Leak Prevention Program

Published Wed, 26 Sep 2007 12:17:22 EST Read More

Media Release - Attention News and Assignment Editors Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer awards Certificate of Recognition to local mine at the Marathon-Hemlo Mining and Prospecting Expo (Marathon, ON, September 26, 2007) Peter Love, Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer, provided the Keynote Address at the Second Annual Marathon–Hemlo Mining and Prospecting Expo. After thanking the organizers, Mr. Love reminded the Expo attendees that as mining industry...... Click here to read this release



Cambrian College to receive Certificate of Recognition for commitment to energy conservation

Published Tue, 25 Sep 2007 13:58:45 EST Read More

Media Advisory - Photo Opportunity SUDBURY: Cambrian College to receive Certificate of Recognition from Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario for commitment to energy conservation (Sudbury, ON) Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario, will award a prestigious Certificate of Recognition to Cambrian College during the "Living Building" Conference and trade show on Thursday, September 27th. He will present the certificate during his keynote address at 12 PM in the...... Click here to read this release



Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer is Keynote Speaker at Marathon–Hemlo Mining and Prospecting Expo

Published Mon, 24 Sep 2007 11:54:36 EST Read More

Expo held September 25th-27th, 2007 in Marathon, Ontario The Town of Marathon, with conference partner Hemlo Operations, will host the Second Annual Marathon–Hemlo Mining and Prospecting Expo. The theme of the 2007 Expo is "Environmental, Exploration and Innovation Excellence" in the mining and natural resource industries. A site visit to the Hemlo Gold Camp is a program feature. Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer (CECO), will speak at 11:45 a.m. on September 26th. In additi...... Click here to read this release



Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer recognizes 'green' salon for energy conservation

Published Tue, 12 Jun 2007 09:23:28 EST Read More

Media Release - For Immediate Release Attention News/Energy/Fashion Reporters and Editors World Salon demonstrates how small businesses can play a big role in energy conservation through installation of solar hot water panels, energy efficient lighting and appliances, and turning-off lights and appliances not in use (TORONTO, June 12, 2007) Friends, clients, colleagues and celebrities joined World Salon owner Brian Phillips at his salon yesterday as he received a coveted Certificate of R...... Click here to read this release



Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario to recognize World Salon for energy conservation

Published Thu, 7 Jun 2007 09:31:02 EST Read More

Media Advisory Attention News/Assignment/Business/Energy Reporters and Editors TORONTO: World Salon demonstrates how small businesses can play a big role in energy conservation Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario Peter Love will award a Certificate of Recognition to World Salon for its outstanding conservation efforts. Since 1999, World Salon has reduced its power consumption by 50% while increasing its business by 35%, demonstrating how small businesses can improve their bot...... Click here to read this release



Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario awards Certificate of Recognition

Published Mon, 4 Jun 2007 08:52:35 EST Read More

Media Release – For Immediate Release Attention News/Assignment Editors * High resolution photos available State-of-the-art technology results in big energy savings at Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning (North Campus) Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario awards Certificate of Recognition (Etobicoke, Ontario, June 4, 2007) Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario Peter Love presented a Certificate of Recognition to Humber College Institute of Te...... Click here to read this release



Province's Chief Energy Conservation Officer to All Ontarians

Published Mon, 28 May 2007 15:15:46 EST Read More

News for Release Province's Chief Energy Conservation Officer to All Ontarians: Keep Up the Good Energy-Saving Effort Toronto, May 28, 2007 - In a supplement to his 2006 Annual Report, Peter Love, Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer today reports that Ontarians are well on their way to achieving the province's short-term conservation target of reducing peak electricity demand by 1,350 megawatts (MW) by the end of 2007. Love reports that programs, delivered through to the end of ...... Click here to read this release



Chief Energy Conservation Officer awards Certificate of Recognition to Utilities Kingston for energy conservation

Published Mon, 14 May 2007 11:40:50 EST Read More

Media Release - For Immediate Release (Kingston, Ontario, May 14, 2007) Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario, awarded today a Certificate of Recognition to Utilities Kingston, for outstanding achievement during the 2006 Refrigerator Retirement Program. Utilities Kingston collected 948 old, electricity guzzling refrigerators through the program, surpassing their target by 60%. The 2006 Refrigerator Retirement Program encouraged people to replace older models with newer...... Click here to read this release



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

Published Wed, 9 May 2007 09:27:52 EST Read More

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 a...... Click here to read this release



Peter Love awards Guelph for 25 year Community Energy Plan and Project Porchlight

Published Tue, 1 May 2007 12:03:07 EST Read More

Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer awards Certificates of Recognition to Guelph for 25 year Community Energy Plan and Project Porchlight (Guelph, Ontario, May 1, 2007) Today at the Italian Canadian Club in Guelph, Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer, Peter Love, presented two Certificates of Recognition to the City of Guelph and its residents. Certificates of Recognition are given to individuals or groups who work to establish a culture of conservation in Ontario. The ...... Click here to read this release



University of Guelph undergraduate students receive Certificate of Recognition from Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer

Published Wed, 11 Apr 2007 17:10:26 EST Read More

Media Release - For Immediate Release Students commit $4.3 million of their own money to campus conservation initiatives; University to match funds (Guelph, Ontario, April 11, 2007) The Ontario Power Authority's Conservation Bureau today recognized undergraduate students at the University of Guelph for their initiative to improve energy efficiency on campus. The students were presented with a Certificate of Recognition by Peter Love, Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer. It...... Click here to read this release



Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer awards Certificate of Recognition to Tembec's plant in Kapuskasing

Published Fri, 30 Mar 2007 13:52:29 EST Read More

Media Release - Attention News, Assignment and Photo Editors (Kapuskasing, Ontario, March 30, 2007) Peter Love, Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer, presented a Certificate of Recognition to Tembec's Kapuskasing operation for their support in helping to build and advance a Culture of Conservation in the province. Tembec was the first applicant when the Ontario Power Authority began its Demand Response Program (DRP) in late June 2006. The award was accepted by Terry Skiffington, VP ...... Click here to read this release



Sudbury mining companies receive Certificates of Recognition for energy conservation

Published Thu, 29 Mar 2007 10:10:09 EST Read More

Media Release - Attention News/Assignment & Photo Editors Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer awards Certificates of Recognition to Ontario mining companies for their participation in the Sustainable Leak Prevention Program (Sudbury, Ontario, March 29, 2007) Peter Love, Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer presented Certificates of Recognition to the Ontario Mining Association (OMA), CVRD Inco’s South Mine and FNX Mining’s McCreedy West Mine for their involvement wi...... Click here to read this release



City of Sudbury receives Certificate of Recognition for energy conservation

Published Thu, 29 Mar 2007 09:42:33 EST Read More

Media Release - Attention News, Assignment and Photo Editors (Sudbury, Ontario, March 29, 2007) Peter Love, Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer presented a Certificate of Recognition to the City of Greater Sudbury at a breakfast meeting held at the Holiday Inn this morning. Mr. Love observed that, "The City, through its Efficient Sudbury campaign, has harnessed the efforts and goodwill of many leading local retailers. This is a unique undertaking, making the municipal government ...... Click here to read this release



Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer to award Certificates of Recognition to Tembec Spruce Falls plant in Kapuskasing

Published Wed, 28 Mar 2007 16:37:11 EST Read More

Media Advisory - Attention News/Assignment/Photo Editors (Kapuskasing, Ontario) Peter Love will present a Certificate of Recognition to Tembec for their support in helping build a Culture of Conservation in Ontario. Tembec's papermaking Spruce Falls Operation in Kapuskasing was the first applicant when the Ontario Power Authority's Demand Response Program (DRP) began accepting applications effective June 23, 2006. The DRP allows large power consumers to be paid to not consume power dur...... Click here to read this release



Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer to award Certificates of Recognition to residents of Timmins and Hydro One Zone 6 for Refrigerator Retirement Program

Published Wed, 28 Mar 2007 14:02:31 EST Read More

Media Advisory - Attention News and Assignment Editors (Timmins, Ontario) From July to September 2006, residents of the City of Timmins participated in the Ontario Power Authority's "Refrigerator Retirement Program," undertaken by Hydro One Zone 6. In addition to Timmins, pilot projects were run in Barrie, Kingston, Mississauga, St. Catharines, and Windsor. Across the province, 5,235 refrigerators and freezers were collected, decommissioned and recycled. Timmins contributed nearly 200 un...... Click here to read this release



Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer to award Certificates of Recognition to Sudbury mining companies

Published Tue, 27 Mar 2007 09:37:30 EST Read More

Media Advisory - Attention News and Assignment Editors Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer to award Certificates of Recognition to Sudbury mining companies for their participation in the Sustainable Leak Prevention Program (Sudbury, Ontario) Every year, Ontario's mining industry spends over $500 million on energy. This translates into as much as 15% to 30% of their total operating costs. Compressed air systems, found in underground mines, are one of the largest contributor...... Click here to read this release



Chief Energy Conservation Officer Honours Barrie Hydro

Published Tue, 30 Jan 2007 10:12:16 EST Read More

Chief Energy Conservation Officer Honours Barrie Hydro with a Certificate of Recognition for its ENERGY STAR® Awareness Program Barrie, Ontario - Ontario's Chief Energy Conservation Officer, Mr. Peter Love was in Barrie today to present Barrie Hydro with his prestigious Certificate of Recognition for their ENERGY STAR® Awareness Program. The ENERGY STAR® Awareness Program was designed and implemented locally to increase awareness about the importance of conservation, energy efficiency a...... Click here to read this release



Shed extra kilowatts in 2007

Published Tue, 19 Dec 2006 12:24:36 EST Read More

Make conservation your New Year’s resolution Peter Love Chief Energy Conservation Officer Conservation Bureau I would like to say “Thanks!” to everyone who answered my call to use less electricity in 2006. We’ve made a good start, reducing our electricity use during a time when our economy was growing. This is a great achievement. In the New Year, I challenge Ontarians to lose more kilowatts. It’s a lot easier than you might think, and you’ll be surprised by how much mo...... Click here to read this release



TEGH project wins Conservation Bureau's Certificate of Recognition

Published Wed, 29 Nov 2006 14:53:14 EST Read More

Honeywell Helps Toronto East General Hospital (TEGH) Upgrade Buildings, Improve Comfort and Reduce Greenhouse Gases TORONTO, Nov. 29, 2006 - Honeywell (NYSE: HON) and Toronto East General Hospital (TEGH) today introduced an award-winning energy retrofit and facility renewal program that will help the hospital upgrade its facilities, cut its utility bills and decrease greenhouse gas emissions. The $9.5 million, 15-year program is expected to save the hospital more than $880,000 annually i...... Click here to read this release



CFB Kingston Receives Award for Energy Saving Measures

Published Fri, 24 Nov 2006 09:59:52 EST Read More

Defence base, Direct Energy awarded Certificate of Recognition by Conservation Bureau (KINGSTON, November 24, 2006) Peter Love, Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer, today awarded his prestigious Certificate of Recognition to Lt. Col. David MacLeod, Deputy Commander at Canadian Forces Base (CFB) Kingston. The Certificate recognizes CFB Kingston’s leadership in pursuing an energy performance contract awarded through Defence Construction Canada to Direct Energy that will save more ...... Click here to read this release



Conservation Fund celebrates anniversary!

Published Tue, 14 Nov 2006 10:52:38 EST Read More

Conservation Fund celebrates anniversary! $2.4 million provided to 35 electricity conservation projects across Ontario WHAT: Conservation Fund one year anniversary forum WHERE: Great Hall, 1087 Queen Street West, Toronto WHEN: Thursday, November 16th, 2006 from 4:00 to 8:00pm Select representatives from organizations and trade associations who received Conservation Fund monies will gather to celebrate...... Click here to read this release



City of Waterloo’s outstanding energy conservation efforts during 2006 Voluntary Blackout Day garners Certificate of Recognition from Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer

Published Thu, 26 Oct 2006 08:47:59 EST Read More

(Waterloo, ON, October 25, 2006) Today, Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer Peter Love presented a Certificate of Recognition to Mayor Herb Epp and the City of Waterloo for their outstanding energy conservation efforts during the 2006 Voluntary Blackout Day. Cities across Ontario, responding to a challenge from Woodstock City Council, issued an electricity conservation challenge on August 13th, 2006 in recognition of the great blackout of 2003. Waterloo, officially assessed by Wood...... Click here to read this release



City of Waterloo’s outstanding energy conservation efforts during 2006 Voluntary Blackout Day garners Certificate of Recognition from Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer

Published Mon, 23 Oct 2006 16:40:05 EST Read More

(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...... Click here to read this release



Second Round of Conservation Fund Recipients Announced

Published Wed, 27 Sep 2006 11:03:47 EST Read More

Funding supports schools, industry and small business (TORONTO, Sept. 26, 2006) The Ontario Power Authority’s Conservation Fund will provide financial support of over $365,000 to three major initiatives. The initiatives span three sectors in Ontario – schools, industry and business – to run pilot programs in energy efficiency. The three second-round recipients now join the ranks of 31 other electricity conservation pilots funded since 2005. “These three recipients met all of the...... Click here to read this release



‘Green’ church first in Canada to achieve LEED certification

Published Wed, 20 Sep 2006 12:57:39 EST Read More

Faith & the Common Good launches Greening Sacred Spaces Program in Toronto (TORONTO, Sept. 20, 2006) The Minister of Energy and Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer today applauded the success of St. Gabriel’s Roman Catholic Church, the first church in Canada on track to receive the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification for its exceptional environmental performance and energy efficiency. The announcement was made by Faith & the Common Good, a nat...... Click here to read this release



City of Woodstock and Woodstock Hydro receive recognition for Voluntary Blackout Day

Published Fri, 15 Sep 2006 11:47:20 EST Read More

Peter Loves visits Woodstock to celebrate culture of conservation (Woodstock, ON, September 15, 2006) Peter Love, Ontario’s first Chief Energy Conservation Officer, congratulated all the municipalities that participated in the Voluntary Blackout Day, and awarded a prestigious Certificate of Recognition to the City of Woodstock and Woodstock Hydro. “Woodstock’s challenge to the rest of Ontario shows that creating a culture of conservation begins at the grassroots level,” says Love....... Click here to read this release



Honourable Dwight Duncan to speak at opening of Canada’s first LEED certified church, located in Toronto

Published Fri, 15 Sep 2006 11:46:06 EST Read More

The Ontario Minister of Energy will help celebrate the opening of St. Gabriel’s Catholic Church, Canada’s first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certified church, on Wednesday, September 20th at 1:30 pm. LEED recognizes leading edge buildings that incorporate design, construction and operational practices that combine healthy, high-quality and high-performance advantages with reduced environmental impacts. Peter Love will officially announce Greening Sacred Spaces, a ...... Click here to read this release



Ottawa-Carleton District School Board awarded Certificate of Recognition for outstanding energy conservation

Published Wed, 13 Sep 2006 13:33:52 EST Read More

District has reduced energy costs by over $4 million annually September 12, 2006, Ottawa, ON — Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer with the Ontario Conservation Bureau presented the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board (OCDSB) with a Certificate of Recognition this evening for its outstanding energy conservation achievements. The energy savings are a result of the Board energy management partnership with Ameresco Canada’s Better Schools Partnership. The eight-year partnership h...... Click here to read this release



Energy Secretariat launched

Published Tue, 25 Jul 2006 08:10:27 EST Read More

Conservation Bureau supports energy conservation efforts in the Ontario college system (Toronto, July 24, 2006) Ontario’s college system is the first public-sector system in the province to launch an Energy Secretariat to oversee energy conservation for the entire sector. The secretariat is receiving financing from the Conservation Fund through the office of Peter Love, Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer. The Conservation Bureau is part of the Ontario Power Authority. The Secret...... Click here to read this release



Major Upgrades to Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation Homes Announced

Published Fri, 7 Jul 2006 17:28:24 EST Read More

All 100 homes to undergo energy efficiency assessments and upgrades (Georgina Island, ON, July 7, 2006) Members of the Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation celebrated the announcement of a major energy efficiency retrofit of the community’s housing, made possible through funding by Hydro One and the Ontario Power Authority’s Conservation Bureau. The project, designed by the Windfall Ecology Centre, pilots an integrated approach to energy conservation. Electricity demand reducti...... Click here to read this release



All 100 homes on Lake Simcoe’s Georgina Island to undergo major home energy efficiency assessments and upgrades

Published Thu, 29 Jun 2006 09:54:57 EST Read More

Chippewas of Georgina Island First Nation, Hydro One, Ontario Conservation Bureau and Windfall Ecology Centre to make official announcement on Friday, July 7th WHEN: Friday, July 7th, 12pm/noon WHERE: Community Centre, Georgina Island First Nation DIRECTIONS: From Hwy 404, exit at Davis Drive. Take Davis Drive East to Hwy 48/Markham Road. Go north on Hwy 48 to Virginia (past Baldwin and Sutton). Turn left on Haddon Road and follow it to the lake and parking lot. The tri...... Click here to read this release



Ontario’s commercial chillers going CFC free

Published Wed, 28 Jun 2006 08:06:52 EST Read More

Friends of the Earth say it’s a win for the ozone layer globally and energy efficiency in Ontario Toronto – As governments from across the globe prepare to meet next week in Montreal to debate more ozone layer protection, Canadian environmentalists and industry leaders are celebrating a milestone in regulating ozone-destroying chemicals. “It is a cause for some celebration to note that the largest remaining use of CFCs, that of commercial chillers, will be closed out by the biggest u...... Click here to read this release



Ontarians invest more than $300 million on conservation in 2005

Published Wed, 7 Jun 2006 16:16:54 EST Read More

Chief Energy Conservation Officer Releases Progress Update (Toronto, June 7, 2006) Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer (CECO), Peter Love, will tell a meeting of energy industry leaders tomorrow that consumers, utilities and governments invested more than $300 million on conservation and demand management initiatives in 2005. Love’s announcement will come as part of his first Conservation Update, outlined during the keynote speech of the Ontario Energy Association’s (OEA) C...... Click here to read this release



Conservation Bureau presents award to Midland hospital for conservation efforts

Published Wed, 31 May 2006 11:57:57 EST Read More

Conservation Bureau presents award to Midland hospital for conservation efforts North Simcoe Alliance saves money and energy with Honeywell Energy Services (Midland, May 30, 2006) The North Simcoe Hospital Alliance was the proud recipient of the Ontario Conservation Bureau’s Certificate of Recognition, in celebration of the completion of the energy saving retrofit program at Huronia District Hospital in Midland today. Huronia District Hospital is a partner with Penetanguishene General H...... Click here to read this release



Conservation projects to receive funding

Published Fri, 19 May 2006 17:02:09 EST Read More

Conservation Fund 2006 1st Quarter Media Release Pilot projects provide testing ground, says Chief Energy Conservation Officer (Toronto, May 16, 2006) Seven pilot conservation projects across Ontario will receive core funding from the first 2006 awards of the Ontario Conservation Bureau’s Conservation Fund, it was announced today. The seven successful projects, chosen from among 21 applications, received a total of $716,880 from the Fund. The projects represent all sectors of the pr...... Click here to read this release



Thunder Bay Makes Every Kilowatt Count

Published Wed, 10 May 2006 12:09:09 EST Read More

(THUNDER BAY, Ontario, May 10, 2006) Thunder Bay residents lined up today at a local Wal-Mart to redeem coupons designed to save electricity and money as part of the province-wide Every Kilowatt Counts program launched by Ontario’s Conservation Bureau. Every home in Thunder Bay will receive a package of energy saving tips and money saving coupons. The Conservation Bureau, a division of the Ontario Power Authority, is mailing the package to all of the province’s 4.58 million residences in...... Click here to read this release



Sudbury Makes Every Kilowatt Count

Published Mon, 8 May 2006 11:53:11 EST Read More

(SUDBURY, Ontario, May 8, 2006) Sudbury residents lined up today at a local Home Hardware to redeem coupons designed to save electricity and money as part of the province-wide Every Kilowatt Counts program launched by Ontario’s Conservation Bureau. Every home in Sudbury will receive a package of energy saving tips and money saving coupons. The Conservation Bureau, a division of the Ontario Power Authority, is mailing the package to all of the province’s 4.58 million residences in time fo...... Click here to read this release



Ottawa Makes Every Kilowatt Count

Published Thu, 4 May 2006 14:21:21 EST Read More

(OTTAWA, Ontario, May 4, 2006) Ottawa residents lined up today at a local Home Depot to redeem coupons designed to save electricity and money as part of the province-wide Every Kilowatt Counts program launched by Ontario’s Conservation Bureau. Every home in Ottawa will receive a package of energy saving tips and money saving coupons. The Conservation Bureau, a division of the Ontario Power Authority, is mailing the package to all of the province’s 4.58 million residences in time for peak...... Click here to read this release



Hamilton Makes Every Kilowatt Count

Published Thu, 4 May 2006 09:27:12 EST Read More

(HAMILTON, Ontario, May 3, 2006) Hamilton residents lined up today at a local RONA Cashway to redeem coupons designed to save electricity and money as part of the province-wide Every Kilowatt Counts program launched by Ontario’s Conservation Bureau. Every home in Hamilton will receive a package of energy saving tips and money saving coupons. The Conservation Bureau, a division of the Ontario Power Authority, is mailing the package to all of the province’s 4.58 million residences in time ...... Click here to read this release



Sarnia Makes Every Kilowatt Count

Published Tue, 2 May 2006 14:03:08 EST Read More

(SARNIA, Ontario, May 2, 2006) Sarnia residents lined up today at a local Canadian Tire to redeem coupons designed to save electricity and money as part of the province-wide Every Kilowatt Counts program launched by Ontario’s Conservation Bureau. Every home in Sarnia will receive a package of energy saving tips and money saving coupons. The Conservation Bureau, a division of the Ontario Power Authority, is mailing the package to all of the province’s 4.58 million residences in time for p...... Click here to read this release



London Makes Every Kilowatt Count

Published Tue, 2 May 2006 14:01:47 EST Read More

(LONDON, Ontario, May 2, 2006) London residents lined up today at a local Home Depot to redeem coupons designed to save electricity and money as part of the province-wide Every Kilowatt Counts program launched by Ontario’s Conservation Bureau. Every home in London will receive a package of energy saving tips and money saving coupons. The Conservation Bureau, a division of the Ontario Power Authority, is mailing the package to all of the province’s 4.58 million residences in time for pea...... Click here to read this release