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”.
Ecolighten is pleased to announce that FortisBC has officially released the High-Efficiency Furnace Installation Guide for Existing Homes as part of their 2017 Furnace & Boiler Rebate Program.
Earlier this month, Ecolighten was pleased to attend the 2017 FortisBC Efficiency in Action Awards where the City of New Westminster was recognized for support of FortisBC's Rental Apartment Efficiency Program (RAEP).
As part of Ecolighten’s work with the City of New Westminster and Energy Save New West, we’re pleased to announce details for the “Spring 2017 - Builder & Designer Breakfast” event planned for Thursday, April 20th at the Anvil Centre from 7:30AM to 9:30AM.