Energy Efficiency

Ontario shows the way forward in decreasing electricity demand

Energy in Demand - Sustainable Energy - Rod Janssen

eid2g-02Ian MacLeod of the Ottawa Citizen writes about Ontario being the only place in North America where electricity demand is decreasing, in large part because of energy conservation.  Ontario’s decelerating appetite for electrical power leaves it as the only electricity-generating jurisdiction in North America to forecast negative growth in winter demand and flat growth in summer demand for 2013-2022, according to the North American Electric Reliability Corporation.

Ontario only place in North America to forecast negative growth in demand for electricity

 Needs being offset by conservation, official says

Energy conservation will curb Ontario’s growth in demand for electricity to the slowest pace in North America over the coming decade, according to government and industry forecasts.

The decelerating appetite for electrical power leaves the province as the only electricity-generating jurisdiction on the continent to forecast negative growth in winter demand and flat growth in summer demand for 2013-2022, according to the…

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Rick is CEO of BuiltSpace Technologies Corp. (Vancouver Canada). BuiltSpace provides integrated building information management services to help building stakeholders create more sustainable and valuable building ecosystems.

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