Reduce Energy Cost to Offer More Competitive Pricing with ESaaS

Within Canada in 2014, there were approximately 482,000 commercial and institutional buildings, consuming a total of 911.2 million gigajoules of energy. Of those buildings, 35.6% were located in Ontario. But those buildings consumed the highest amount of energy in...

Increased Power Quality for Free? ESaaS Makes It Possible

At home, voltage deviations in the power supply are relatively inconsequential: The overhead lights flicker; you need to reset the clock on the microwave; the wireless internet may take a moment to reload. But for industrial consumers- and especially manufacturers-...

Does Energy Storage Always Require Capital Investment?

A report conducted by Bloomberg New Energy Finance and McKinsey & Co. has found that the cost of the average battery pack has decreased by 65% since 2010. This statistic has a significant bearing on predictions for the energy storage industry; Bloomberg has...

Backup Power: Investing in Community

In December of 2013, an ice storm ravaged Toronto, leaving thousands of people in the cold, and without power, for several days. For city councillors and safety advisors, it was a necessary wakeup call, flagging the importance of backup power within a community. In...

Reducing Soaring GA Charges Might be Easier Than You Think

When the Global Adjustment (GA) was introduced[1] as part of the Green Energy Act in 2009, it was thought to be a benevolent force; A strategy to wean the province from coal-based electricity generation and introduce green, sustainable alternatives such as wind and...

ESaaS and the Road to Reliable, Sustainable, Affordable Power

Individual consumers and business owners alike are feeling the pinch. Remarkably, as the cost of electricity continues to rise, the quality of the power we receive is undoubtedly decreasing. While the threat of widespread interruption looms, our aging energy...