News & Articles
August 17, 2017 - Energy storage technologies are emerging as a viable way for customers to manage increasing electricity costs. Batteries allow them to take electricity from the grid when prices are low during off-peak hours and use it during high-priced on-peak hours. Batteries also provide a possible mechanism for critical peak avoidance, allowing Class A consumers to reduce their Global Adjustment costs.
August 17, 2017 - Residential fires account for 73% of all fire-related fatalities in Canada. Accidental fires are preventable and, as an industry, we have taken—and continue to take—precautions to protect public safety. Post-fire inspections often reveal dated or disabled safety devices, like smoke alarms, exposing a hard truth those in the industry already know... the proper maintenance of safety devices is oft overlooked.
August 17, 2017 - In May, the Ontario government passed first reading of Bill 142 (2017), “An Act to amend the Construction Lien Act”, which reflects recommendations from “Striking the Balance: Expert Review of Ontario’s Construction Lien Act” a.k.a. the “Reynolds Report”.
August 15, 2017 - Power Survey & Equipment Ltd.—a Montreal-based manufacturer of power quality systems—says it has received $24 million US in funding, which “will be used to support company growth, including the PSL [Power Standards Lab] acquisition, as well as geographic expansion and new product development”.
August 10, 2017 - Faisal Kazi has been appointed president & CEO of Siemens Canada Ltd., effective September 1, 2017, replacing Robert Hardt, who departed the company in June to take on the role of Catalyst Partner at next47—a Siemens unit for start-ups.
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