In addition to testimonials from our clients, we’ve assembled general conservation case studies for you to review. Each one gives tangible evidence on how increasing energy efficiency can result in significant savings across multiple industries. While each case study is a lesson unto itself, we recommend that you start by choosing the one that is the closest match to your industry.
Ontario Soccer Centre
The Ontario Soccer Centre is the home for Ontario Soccer with 400,000 + members and the largest membership of all sports in Canada.
Lighting Cost Savings
Core-Mark International is one of the largest distributors of fresh and pre-packaged food products in North America. The firm sought to increase energy efficiency at its Milton, Ontario distribution centre which services thousands of convenience retailers across the continent.
Refrigeration Cost Savings
Royal LePage Crown Realty Services is an independently owned and operated real estate brokerage located in the heart of Cambridge, Ontario. The organization’s 4,500-square-foot office on Hespeler Road is a touchpoint for more than 70 Royal LePage realtors throughout Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge, Guelph and Brantford.
The Heffner automotive story began on September 1, 1960, when Mr. John Heffner Sr. opened shop on a small lot on Breithaupt Street in Kitchener. After a few years, the business moved to King Street East, across from Rockway Gardens, where it was located for 25 years.
Light Output Increase
Flanagan’s Saved Over $100,000 With A Tradeforce Tech LED Solution.
Reduction In kWH
Tri-Country Mennonite Homes
Founded in 1968, Tri-County Mennonite Homes provides a “continuum of care”
service model to almost 500 residents at two facilities located in Stratford and New
Hamburg Ontario. In 2015 TCMH engaged Tradeforce Tech to review energy savings opportunities at both sites and recommend a multi-step approach to reducing consumption over 5 years.
Canadian General Tower Exterior
Site lighting is not at the top of the priority list of energy conservation measures in most organizations. When compared to interior lighting, the lower operating hours and higher per fixture costs make the payback period for such projects less attractive if purely financial measures are used as the basis for evaluation. However, exterior lighting is required for site safety and security and high performance LED fixtures will significantly improve light levels, light quality and eliminate maintenance costs.
Fairview Mennonite Homes
Built in 2978, 515 Langs Dr. Cambridge is an 8 story retirement residence with 103 one-bedroom apartments and 20 studio apartments. All units are heated by electric baseboard heaters with independent thermostats controlling the heat delivered to each living space and utility costs are included in the monthly rent.