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Ontario CHP Program Succeeding Quietly

Combined heat and power, known also as cogeneration, has experienced a modest period of growth in Ontario over the last two years. Although there has been relatively little media and public attention to these new projects, and despite taking years to come to fruition, they are benefitting from some…

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New heat and power systems pegged to save Windsor $1.1M annually

CEM has been working on the CHP Projects for the WFCU Centre and Huron Lodge in Windsor. The new cogeneration systems generate electricity and also capture byproduct thermal energy to help with heating are projected to shave $1.1 million annually from the energy bills at three of the city's biggest…

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CME Smart Green Program

CEM is now a Qualified Technical Service Provider (QTSP) under CME's SMART Green Program. The CME SMART Green program focuses on reducing GHG emissions and offers funds to small and medium sized manufacturers to assist with this.  Since 2008, CME has administered approximately $80 million in direct…

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CEM a Member of the Niagara Sustainability Iniatitive

CEM Engineering has joined the Niagara Sustainability Initiative as a Monitoring Member in the Carbon Project. By working to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, CEM continues to pursue improvements in overall environmental sustainability.  CEM's membership in this program demonstrates a commitment…

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CHP likely effective in reducing Ontario’s GHG emissions

Increasing the number and total capacity of efficient Combined Heat and Power installations in Ontario would result in a reduction of Ontario’s total greenhouse gas emissions, and it would be sound public policy to devise an emissions credit for the companies that install it. These are the key…

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