On June 12, 20019 at 18:00, Scott Rouse the Managing Partner at Energy@Work will be speaking to the Toronto Building Managers' and Operators' Association on Achieving Peak Performance.
At the BOMA 2019 Global Adjustment Workshop Energy@Work provided case study examples on how best to respond to Global Adjustment Mechanism (GAM) or the “GAMe”.
There are 2 strategies and both begin with an Energy Management Action Plan (E-MAP). Changes that Ontario is facing are summarized well in this article, and the Energy@Work GAMe presentation is available here.
The annual June 15th Global Adjustment Mechanism (GAM)e decision #1 is coming up quickly.
Properties over the average demand of 1,000 kW average monthly demand can opt to be Class A or B. Manufacturing and industry over 500 kW can also choose between the two classes.
The ClimateWise Business Network, in partnership with Energy@Work is hosting a workshop on Global Adjustment (GA) to address the charge on your electricity bill. The Webinar takes place on April 5, 2018, from 15:00 to 16:00. It will cover:
- Overview of Global adjustment
- What are the compoments and costs
- What are the processes involved
- What should be the Class A / Class B strategy?
- Case studies to demonstrate costs and benefits
Feel free to give us a call at 416.642.0571 or drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tenants now almost reflexively expect certifications like LEED and BOMA BESt, which are becoming the norm in the commercial office sector. In turn, property and asset managers are increasingly asking how they move beyond a static certification.
January 1, 2015 - Natural gas rates have continued to increase. The new rates were posted by the OEB with Enbridge customers paying a rate of $0.183 per cubic metre.
On January 1st 2015, the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) will merge with the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) to create a new organization, under the IESO name.
In an interesting article in The Globe and Mail, U.S. Economist Jeremy Rifkin conceptualizes a global economy in which the marginal cost of producing some goods is lowered to zero.
Overall, the Challenge was a great success. The Challenge winners were officially announced at the BOMA Toronto 2014 Celebration of Excellence Awards & Gala on May 8, 2014. We are proud to congratulate the winners in each category, and applaud all participating buildings and tenants on their efforts.