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WATER MANAGEMENT

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Energy costs are going up and up. Recently natural gas price had been increased. Electricity rates also had gone up. This trend will continue. So saving energy in all possible means is essential.

Energy as electricity or gas is used to heat water. Less the hot water a building use, less energy is needed to heat the water. The water supply authority uses energy to purify and pump water to your facility and also ...

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THREE FAMILIES’ EXPERIENCES WITH RESIDENTIAL SOLAR IN THE ONTARIO MICROFIT PROJECTS.

Written by Nani Pradeepan, P.Eng.

The Ontario microFIT program was launched in 2009 as part of Ontario’s provincial government’s efforts to increase the production of renewable energy. The program provides participants with the opportunity to develop a “micro” renewable electricity generation project on their privately owned property that uses solar photovoltaic (PV), wind, waterpower, or bioenergy (biogas, biomass, landfill gas). Three families who navigated the process ...

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