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Chief Energy Conservation Officer recognizes greenest restaurant
Tuesday, November 11th 2008 9:45:40am
Media Advisory: Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer, Peter Love, will present Fall River Restaurant with a Certificate of Recognition for Energy Conservation. The restaurant was named the greenest restaurant in Canada by the Ottawa Citizen after owners Paul and Michele Zammit renovated the restaurant. The restaurant now incorporates a range of energy saving features such as capturing kitchen heat to preheat hot water, burning used vegetable oil for space heating and using straw bales for insulation. Energy Efficient lights (LED and CFL) were installed throughout the restaurant while energy efficient fridge and freezer compressors also help save electricity.
Peter Love, Chief Energy Conservation Officer of Ontario
Colin Anderson, CEO of Ontario Power Authority
Joanne Butler, Vice President of Electricity Resources, Ontario Power Authority
Bob Argue, Executive Director, ecoPerth
Paul and Michele Zammit, Owners of Fall River Restaurant
Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer will present a Certificate of Recognition for Energy Conservation to Fall River Restaurant, Canada’s greenest restaurant.
Saturday, November 15, 2008 at 7:00 p.m.
Fall River Restaurant
21980 Hwy 7 Maberly, Ontario
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Ontario’s Chief Energy Conservation Officer
The OPA is responsible for ensuring a reliable, sustainable supply of electricity for Ontario. Its four key areas of focus are: planning the power system for the long term, leading and coordinating conservation initiatives across the province, ensuring development of needed generation resources and supporting the continued commercial evolution of the electricity sector.