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Energy Conservation Plan

Ontario Regulation 397/11, Energy Conservation and Demand Management Plans, requires all broader public sector (BPS) organizations, including hospitals, municipalities, universities, colleges, school boards and municipal service boards responsible for water and sewage treatment and pumping operations to:

  • Report on their annual energy use and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in designated buildings/facilities by July 1 beginning in 2013; and
  • Develop and implement 5-year energy conservation and demand management plans (CDM) plans by July 1, 2014

This year BPS organizations are required to report their 2014 energy consumption data by July 1, 2016.

  • Energy consumption data is to be submitted to the ministry and made publicly available on the organization’s website and intranet site and be available in printed form at their head office.
  • CDM plans are to be made publicly available on their website and intranet site, and be available in printed form at their head office.  While BPS organizations are not required to submit their CDM plans to the ministry, the portal includes an area for BPS organizations to indicate that their plan has been completed and to provide a link to it on their BPS organization’s website.

Energy Management Trends

GreenHouse Gas Management Trends

GreenHouse Gas Emissions (kg)

Facility/Year 2012 2013 2014 2015
Fire Hall #1 934.9494 1086.88468 444.20212 410.19898
Fire Hall #2 4580.549984 6508.78769 6452.53369 5944.66186
Fire Hall #3 9856.894678 10845.48962 11566.22932 10118.86839
Fire Hall #4 22903.60823 25039.10732 25086.85142 20819.75599
Malahide Community Place 57327.14916 73908.60147 56578.89574 42539.52507
North Shop 22287.47208 12985.20327 17669.81567 15170.09598
South Shop 32027.08048 39506.97046 43734.67037 37477.05405
Township Office 22737.45725 15630.02573 11100.22688 8007.50903


Facility Energy Management - GreenHouse Gas Trends

Energy Management Plans