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Ontario faces electricity shortfall within five years

Ontario faces an electricity shortfall within five years and will need a combination of greater conservation efforts and new sources of power to meet customers' needs, the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) says. The system operator recently released an undated forecast that takes into account…

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CEM Blog: Management Series #1: Five Lessons I Learned About Hiring

Success in today’s economy for businesses is all about having the right people. The better your people fit your culture and the more talented your people are, the better your company can serve the customer, and the more successful your company will be. The problem is that this truth is widely…

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CEM Blog: Technical Series #1: 4 Ways to Build Your CHP Project

Combined heat and power (CHP) projects can be daunting endeavors with many complex technologies, permits, and stakeholders which can make them challenging for even the most seasoned project management professionals. We have found that choosing the right contracting structure between the owner,…

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Carleton University to Get New Co-Generation Plant

Carleton University expects to fire up a new co-generation plant at its Ottawa-based campus next spring as the post-secondary institution implements its sophomore energy master plan.The decision to install a co-generation plant stemmed from an evaluation of existing equipment for its ability to satisfy…

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$7.9 million in provincial funding means green light for Brock’s green energy project

The second phase of a massive project to upgrade Brock University’s co-generation power facility is moving forward after an Ontario government funding announcement made Tuesday, March 27 in Toronto. The Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD) announced $85.2 million in funding…

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