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5 Benefits of Electrifying Your Work Fleet

Let’s face it, the initial cost is higher for acquiring electric vehicles (EVs) or equipment over traditional gas-powered options. However, the initial blow to your budget will be offset over the long term by lower operating costs and improved energy efficiency. Depending on the lifespan...
energy efficiency best practices

Follow the leader? We could do better

Sure, we all like to be unique, but following the leader makes sense with energy efficiency.  We’ve all read the case studies about the benefits the leaders are achieving.  Are you keeping up with best practices? Canadian organizations have been working hard on energy efficiency...
energy audit

Old-fashioned efficiency: The do-it-yourself energy audit

Do you ever wander through a home improvement store thinking, “hmm … I could do that.” You probably could. Likewise, you probably could do your own energy audit, too. We all enjoy seeing how the experts tile a bathroom or build the Sistine Chapel out...
PowerFactorUnity

Finding Unity: Why & How to Correct Power Factor

Unity is what you get when all the energy generated by a power source is consumed by one or more loads (anything that runs on electricity). Unity also is known as a power factor of 1, and it doesn’t happen very often. We have some options for you to improve your power factor.
energy savings

Big Savings for Small to Mid-Sized Businesses: Learning from Industry Giants

You don’t need to be a giant enterprise like Microsoft to reap significant benefits from an energy reduction strategy. But what’s the best way to implement change across an entire enterprise- and have it stick? If you’re like most small to mid-sized businesses, energy spend...
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Missed opportunities: Watts up with that?

Do you think you need to spend big bucks energy efficiency to reap savings? You don’t. There’s probably a small but effective move that could be done today to make next month’s bill a little smaller. Flicking a switch here and plugging a leak there really does add up.