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BOMA Toronto presents Conservation Demand Management Awards

Monday, September 28th 2009 11:48:19am

Media Advisory
Attn: Environment, Real Estate, Community, News Reporters and Editors

BOMA Toronto presents Conservation Demand Management Awards

The Building Owners and Managers Association of Toronto (BOMA Toronto) will host its General Meeting Luncheon after the Greater Green Toronto Association's Summit.  The luncheon will include an awards presentation for participants in BOMA Toronto's Conservation Demand Management (CDM) program.


WHAT:

The following awards will be presented at BOMA Toronto's General Meeting Luncheon:

Power Partner Awards

Mark Northey - Loblaw
Paul Godfrey - The National Post
Lisa Gibson - Canadian Tire
Stefan Dembinski - Brookfield Properties

First Tenant Incentive Program Application

Michelle Taylor - Stikeman Eliott, LLP

First Energy Conservation Assessment Program Recognition

Kyle Reese - REES Energy

WHEN:

Tuesday, September 29, 2009
12:00 pm

WHERE:

Arcadian Court, 401 Bay Street (8th Floor)
Toronto ON


For further information, please contact:

Wayne Proulx, BOMA Toronto
647.338.6104 or rwproulx(at)bomatoronto.org


The BOMA Toronto CDM Program has been contracted to deliver electricity conservation to the Ontario commercial real estate market as part of the OPA's larger plan to deliver 6300 megawatts of electricity reduction in Ontario from various sources. The available incentives, which are capped at 40% of the eligible projects costs, are for peak demand, consumption or cooling ton reduction, at a rate of $400 per kilowatt, $0.05 per kilowatt hour or $250 per ton (for geothermal space cooling systems), respectively. The Program is designed to maximize participation through its simple application process and quick delivery of incentive payments upon project completion.