Energy Management

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Thunder Bay and Halton Energy Management With Water Loss Control – Leak Detection
Thunder Bay’s new high tech equipment quickly pinpoints leaks and allows the city to maximize the use of existing infrastructure by being more accurate in the planning of repairs. (October 2006)

Energy Management Project Approach
The OMBI Water & Wastewater Expert Panel conducted a survey of OMBI municipalities’ electricity management practices and protocols. (October 2006)

OMBI General Energy Management Practices
Energy Costs are a large portion of the overall cost for water and wastewater treatment, distribution, and collection. (October 2006)

Peel Corporate Energy Management Strategy
The Peel Corporate Energy Management Division has been successful in implementing innovative energy management practices that have reduced energy consumption and associated costs, also contributing to the health of the environment. (October 2006)

City of Ottawa Energy Management With Alternative Sources of Energy
Staff at ROPEC has been proactively implementing an energy management plan that focuses on cogeneration, a process that generates electricity and heat from reusing methane gas created by the wastewater. (October 2006)

Peel and Durham Energy Management With Metering & Billing Control/Verification
Region of Durham and Region of Durham case studies. (October 2006)

Thunder Bay Energy Management with Water Distribution Optimization Modeling
Thunder Bay’s flow testing model is used to simulate fire flow conditions for the City’s nearly 3,400 fire hydrants. (October 2006)

Contact

Bruce McLeod

T 416.971.9856 ext. 350
TF 1.877.426.6527
F 416.971.6191