Here are just a few of our Enercase success stories that prove how companies benefit from energy-conservation and savings every day. For more information, or to share your energy success story, contact your local Union Gas Account Manager.
The first public transit system in Canada to begin converting buses to CNG, the City of Hamilton is saving money and lowering emissions with new natural gas powered buses. See how this fleet is achieving aggressive environmental and budgetary targets.
An innovative new heating control system in a five-story apartment building is lowering natural gas consumption by over 40 per cent.
In-house energy teams can get you savings and results. See how three companies are already benefiting from implementing energy teams.
Many companies have successfully realized significant energy savings through the work of their in-house energy teams. Will yours be the next?
Day & Campbell, a concrete and slag block manufacturer, is capturing waste heat from both process condensate and flue gases, reducing natural gas, water and water treatment costs.
Rothsay maximized boiler heat recovery at its Moorefield rendering plant by adding five ConDex indirect condensing economizer systems.
Energy curtains are helping Lake Erie Farms Inc., a Courtland greenhouse, reduce their natural gas consumption by 25 per cent.
Union Gas EnerSmart programs are helping Chatham-Kent Health Alliance save $437,000 a year in utility costs.
New, high-temperature process burners reduce energy usage per ton of output by 7.7 per cent at Hamilton Steel.
Including energy management in daily business decisions fuels a competitive advantage for Greenfield Ethanol, an ethanol and commercial alcohol producer.
Our new facilities in Burlington, Windsor and Kingston demonstrate the benefits of LEED® Gold certification: high energy efficiency, low environmental impact and lower utility costs.
Thanks to a performance contract with Johnson Controls, Hamilton Health Sciences is implementing $50 million in facility improvements without touching the hospital’s capital budget.
By taking a proactive approach to steam system efficiency, Imperial Oil is saving about $3 million a year.
A thermal insulation audit can mean big savings and short paybacks for manufacturers, as AbitibiBowater proves.
For Dofasco's 60-foot high, 11-acre warehouse, new ventilation heat recovery helps increase air quality and lower energy costs by $350,000 a year.
Waste heat recovery supplies 50 per cent of building heat requirements for INVISTA, a fibre producer in Kingston.