As part of Ecolighten’s support for City of New Westminster’s Energy Save New West program, we’re pleased to share an update on the Urban Solar Garden initiative. Scheduled for completion in early July, the Urban Solar Garden will be Metro Vancouver’s first municipally owned solar PV array.
Ecolighten is proud to be supporting Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) with a HVAC mechanical presentation for Part 9 buildings as part of the Local Energy Efficiency Partnerships (LEEP) Innovation Exchange.
Ecolighten is pleased to be supporting FortisBC with its upcoming Trade Ally Network Trade Shows. The regional trade show in BC brings together contractors, manufacturers, distributors and suppliers to learn about developments in FortisBC and its Trade Ally Network and hear the latest in HVAC industry news and technologies.
As part of our work supporting Energy Save New West, Ecolighten is pleased to provide an update on the City of New Westminster’s Urban Solar Garden initiative.
Ecolighten is proud to be featured with RDH Building Science and FortisBC in the September / October edition of Mechanical Business Magazine with an article titled: “Optimizing Furnace Efficiency and Performance”.
Ecolighten is proud to promote and support the adoption of British Columbia’s new Energy Step Code. In short, the BC Energy Step Code is a provincial standard that communities can use to incentivize or require better-than-code energy efficiency in new buildings.
Ecolighten is proud to share links to new digital videos that we’ve been working on with the City of New Westminster to support consumer and industry education and awareness on high performance new home construction and the Urban Solar Garden.
As part of Ecolighten’s support for the City of New Westminster’s Energy Save New West program, we’re pleased to be helping the City explore the potential to develop an Urban Solar Garden. In short, the Urban Solar Garden will be an accessible, less expensive alternative to individual rooftop installations, allowing local residents, businesses and non-profits long term access to solar energy “Made in New West for New West”.