What are the impacts of the long-term energy strategy on business
Starting July 1, 2018, and phased in over three years, owners of large commercial, multi-unit residential and some industrial buildings will be required to annually report their buildings’ use of energy and water and their GHG emissions to the Province. Some of that data will be posted on Ontario’s Open Data website every year, so that owners can compare the energy and water usage of their buildings with that of similar facilities, and identify where improvements can be made.
As Canada, Ontario and Ottawa move towards clean renewable energy, and ultimately a low carbon future, building and business owners will need to adapt to this new reality.
Conservation, renewable energy and the City will all play a major role in the operations of our buildings and businesses.
Are you ready?
Feel the energy on January 11th, 2018 with the Ottawa Renewable Energy Co-op (OREC) at the next Better Buildings Breakfast. Join us to learn from 5 leading experts powering prosperity as we look to the future of Ontario's Long-Term Energy Plan.