City earns accolades for energy conservation efforts

News Dec 07, 2012 Ancaster News

The City of Hamilton has received an Ontario Power Authority Community Conservation Award (CCA).

Hamilton was selected in the over-500,000 population division. The award highlights efforts in conservation leadership, innovation and market transformation, corporate/internal and community engagement, and conservation achievements/savings.

The city and Horizon Utilities have partnered on a number of conservation and demand management initiatives over the years. Earlier this year, the city was the recipient of a $2.3 million incentive cheque – the largest ever paid in the province – for its work upgrading the Woodward Avenue high lift pumping station.

City earns accolades for energy conservation efforts

News Dec 07, 2012 Ancaster News

The City of Hamilton has received an Ontario Power Authority Community Conservation Award (CCA).

Hamilton was selected in the over-500,000 population division. The award highlights efforts in conservation leadership, innovation and market transformation, corporate/internal and community engagement, and conservation achievements/savings.

The city and Horizon Utilities have partnered on a number of conservation and demand management initiatives over the years. Earlier this year, the city was the recipient of a $2.3 million incentive cheque – the largest ever paid in the province – for its work upgrading the Woodward Avenue high lift pumping station.

City earns accolades for energy conservation efforts

News Dec 07, 2012 Ancaster News

The City of Hamilton has received an Ontario Power Authority Community Conservation Award (CCA).

Hamilton was selected in the over-500,000 population division. The award highlights efforts in conservation leadership, innovation and market transformation, corporate/internal and community engagement, and conservation achievements/savings.

The city and Horizon Utilities have partnered on a number of conservation and demand management initiatives over the years. Earlier this year, the city was the recipient of a $2.3 million incentive cheque – the largest ever paid in the province – for its work upgrading the Woodward Avenue high lift pumping station.