The Ontario Power Authority (OPA) has opened Stream 3 of its Industrial Electricity Incentive (IEI) program. Eligibility for the program has been extended to greenhouse, nursery and floriculture production, refrigerated warehousing and data processing. Companies operating in the mining, quarrying, oil and gas extraction and manufacturing can still apply.
Thermal Energy International Inc. has inked an agreement to sell a FLU-ACE heat recovery system to a Fortune 500 food and beverage company. The order is worth $810,000 and the revenue will be booked within the next six months.
Essex Powerlines Corp. has joined more than 20 other Ontario electricity distribution companies in providing its customers with Blueline Innovations Inc.’s PowerCost Monitor solution. Homeowners get PowerCost Monitor’s in-home display and optical sensor free when signing up for the saveONenergy peaksaver PLUS program.
Testing with a Florida-based food distribution company has shown that implementing Smartcool Systems Inc.’s energy savings technology in a refrigerated trailer can result in upwards of 20% savings in diesel compressor run time. With this initial data in hand, the two companies are moving to the next stage in trials.
Eco-Shift Power Corp. (ECOP) is shining a light on competitive pricing in the LED lighting market. The Cambridge ON-based company is just announced new lower pricing for its Highbay LED, which it says will be the lowest of any major brand in North America and capable of competing directly with legacy electronic ballast and induction technologies.