Solar energy — it’s truly a win-win situation: the environment gets a break, while your business reaps the benefits of increased energy efficiency and lower energy costs. Dial One Wolfedale Electric wants to put the power of solar energy within your reach by giving you the information you need to harness it.
How? By inviting you to attend our Power Lunch and speak with one of our solar energy experts about the options available for clean, environmentally-friendly ways to operate more sustainably while off-setting your business costs.
Learn how to make use of rooftop space with photovoltaic (PV) panel installations that not only lower your energy expenses but also provide revenue-generating opportunities by enabling you to plug into the grid under Ontario’s Feed-in-Tariff (FIT) program.
Or perhaps you’re planning some new construction — or considering a renovation or addition. The design phase is an ideal time to go solar — adding solar panels on a new carport, for example.
Our Power Lunch will provide helpful information on the full range of solar opportunities available to businesses today, along with insight on potential project requirements and costs.
This limited-seating event includes:
|Date:||February 24, 2011|
|Place:||415 Ambassador Drive
It’s an exclusive opportunity open to only 14 guests, so don’t delay — register today by calling Stephanie Bourne at 905-564-8999 ext. 237.
Register for a special seminar and guided tour of one of the largest rooftop solar arrays in Canada — a project undertaken by Dial One Wolfedale Electric in partnership with RESCo Energy Ltd. Installed at the Mississauga call centre of loyalty marketing specialist Loyalty One, the array produces 165 kilowatts of power at peak times and includes:
Come see it for yourself!
The tour of the facility is presented by the Toronto chapter of the International Facility Management Association (IFMA), and hosted by former IFMA President and Associate Director of Loyalty One, Janine Reaburn. Also a LEED Accredited Professional (AP), Janine was instrumental in the development of the Loyalty One call centre and now is involved in the build-out of the company's Calgary office as well as the re-development of the Toronto office.
Janine will provide helpful first-hand insight on her project management of the installation and how it's generating income for Loyalty One.
|Date:||Thursday, March 10, 2011|
|Time:||6:00pm – 9:00pm|
6696 Financial Drive
Attendance is limited, so register today!
With winter comes slippery snow and ice, and storms that bring with them the potential for power interruptions. Now's the time to check that inside and outside building lighting, as well as emergency power systems are working properly and safely, protecting both employer and employees from potential workplace injury.
Here are some helpful guidelines from Canada’s National Fire Code and Occupational Health and Safety Regulations:
For details pertaining to emergency power systems, see sections 126.96.36.199 to 188.8.131.52 of the Fire Code. For specifics on emergency lighting, see section 6.10, 1 to 7 of the OHS regulations.
And to learn how to improve regulatory compliance and enhance your workplace safety all year long, contact Dial One Wolfedale Electric today.
|January 18, 2011
The Power of Giving
|For more information about Dial One Wolfedale Electric or to learn about our Industrial Installation, Construction Design/Build, Automation or 24-hour Emergency Services, please contact us. By telephone, email or in person, we're here to help. Please visit us at www.dialonewolfedale.com or call (905) 564-8999.
Dial One Wolfedale Electric - Giving You the Power!