15 Apr Winning Awards with REALice
Vancouver, April 10th, 2020 – REALice is award winning technology and therefore among the most effective, sustainable choices that municipalities put into play to quietly reducing their impact on the environment while saving on operating costs.
We are thrilled and like to congratulate the City of Nanaimo, the City of Edmonton and the Town of Caledon for winning awards with REALice and showing environmental stewardship through those achievements!
FortisBC Efficiency in Action Award for Public Sector – City of Nanaimo, BC
The City of Nanaimo has won the FortisBC Efficiency in Action Award for Public Sector – Municipal for the City’s energy-saving upgrades at Beban Park Pool, Frank Crane and Cliff McNabb arenas. Press release on Newswire
The City received this award for continually seeking new ways to lower its energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions within its facilities. Offical press release from the City of Nanaimo
Arena Energy Reduction REALice Technology Trial at the City of Edmonton
The project team at the City of Edmonton developed a scientific, data-driven study to determine if the REALice Technology could reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions without compromising the quality of ice produced.
The team set up shop at the Callingwood Twin Arena and used one ice rink as a control for the current maintenance practices and another rink to test the new REALice technology. Award info
2019 Revolving Fund Project Award at the Town of Caledon
The Town of Caledon, ON established an internal energy awards program to recognize the outstanding efforts of the Town’s Corporate Energy Team to conserve facility energy use.
Cam Coulter, Recreation Coordinator Operations received the 2019 award for his work with REALice.
Since this was the Town’s first time piloting the REALice technology, staff worked with a third-party energy engineering firm to verify the savings associated with this project and shown underneath. Project details