Quebec already has what it needs to reduce fossil fuels consumption

The recent releases of the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report and the federal government’s 2030 Emissions Reduction Plan have discouraged many people. In Quebec, however, it is already possible to considerably reduce the consumption of fossil fuels and energy waste.  Continuer la lecture “Quebec already has what it needs to reduce fossil fuels consumption”

Ecosystem Accepted into NYC Accelerator Program

Ecosystem is proud to be accepted into the NYC Accelerator’s Service Provider Program. Launched by the Mayor’s Office of Climate and Sustainability, this program works with thousands of buildings across the city to lower carbon emissions. It connects building owners with vetted experts like Ecosystem to provide free technical guidance to achieve their energy goals, control costs, boost building performance, and meet local law compliance.  Continuer la lecture “Ecosystem Accepted into NYC Accelerator Program”

To Reach GHG Emissions Goals, Review the Public Contract Process

Andre RochetteThe Quebec government must adopt a results-based approach to awarding public contracts, which would prioritize energy performance and encourage alignment. This approach is already used in the energy modernization of healthcare and school buildings in Quebec, which has generated strong results in terms of sustainability and greenhouse gas reduction.

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Ecosystem Projects Receive Three Awards

Ecosystem is proud that two of our projects were recently recognized by ASHRAE and received first place prizes for the Eastern Canada region:

  • The Marguerite-Bourgeoys School Board won first place for Institutional Energy Management in Existing Educational Facilities.
  • Lakeridge Health won first place in the Existing Healthcare Facilities category.

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