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ENS Employee Awarded for 2016 IES Toronto Section Awards 

May 17, 2016

Energy Network Services is proud to announce that our project for the University of Toronto - Trinity Chapel has received both an Interior Lighting Design Award and an Energy & Environmental Design Award from the IES Toronto Section. In addition we have also received an Illumination Award of Merit from IESNA. We would like to congratulate Bill Qiu, our Lead Lighting Designer for receiving a prestigious award on this project and thank our talented team at ENS!

Energy Network Services is honoured to continue supporting IES Toronto as a Platinum Sponsor for four consecutive years.

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Please see below for some pictures of the University of Toronto - Trinity Chapel:

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Headed: One Of The Smartest And Most Practical Option For Every Lighting Applications

October 8, 2014
By Terbaru Terkini

Light Emitting Diodes (LED) is one of the most intelligent choices and practical for almost all applications in lighting. With recent advances in chip technology and driver, it has become possible to make LED lights have very long life, more light while consuming less energy and a smaller carbon footprint than traditional types of lighting. Read more


Breaking with tradition, Philips splits off lighting

September 23, 2014
By Anthony Deutuch & Thomas Escritt

Philips has announced plans to split off its lighting business to focus on its high margin consumer and healthcare divisions. Learn more


*Receive Financial Incentives for Upgrading to LED Lighting*

September 1, 2014
By SaveOnEnergy - Ontario Power Authority

Upgrade to LED lighting with saveONenergy incentives to shorten payback periods, reduce maintenance costs, and cut operating expenses. LED lighting also lasts up to 25 times longer and uses up to 75% less energy than standard incandescent lighting. Learn more


Current Program Incentives Available Only For A Limited Time

June 2, 2014

According to the Toronto Hydro Spring 2014 Newsletter, the Electricity Distributors Association's (EDA) has developed a new six-year conservation framework for electric utilities which will commence on January 1, 2015. EDA believe this change will empower utility companies to deliver more cost-effective and customer-centric conservation programs. The goal of this new conservation framework is to put the responsibility in the hands of local utilities who are best equipped to deliver the province’s conservation needs. Learn more


Top tips: Lighting and Dementia Care

May 23, 2014
By Lumie

The average 75-year-old requires four times as much light as their 20-year-old counterpart. As the lens in an ageing eye thickens and yellows, it becomes harder for an individual to see. The eye filters out blue light, which is thought to supress melatonin, the major sleep hormone secreted by the pineal gland so, without an adequate intake of blue light, people’s body clocks also get confused. Learn more


ENS Employee Awarded for the Best Lighting Design for The Evergreen Brick Works Emerging Professional Illumination Challenge

May 12, 2014

On May 12, 2014, one of ENS' employee, Dong Lee, along with his teammates, Umair Lodhi from WSP Group and Sarah Silverstein from Liteline Corporation, received the Evergreen Brick Works Emerging Professional Illumination Challenge Award for the best lighting design. ENS is very proud of Dong Lee for his hard work, unique lighting design, and accomplishments. Learn more

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Philips Lighting reveals Ethernet-powered SSL project at L+B

April 7, 2014
By Maury Wright

In a Light+Building (L+B) press conference, Philips Lighting CEO Eric Rondolat announced that the company is deploying a Power-over-Ethernet (PoE)-based connected lighting system in a new Amsterdam office building in partnership with financial-consulting firm Deloitte and OVG Real Estate. The system is intended to deliver maximum energy savings through adaptive-control technology and deliver further savings by gathering data and tracking how employees use the space. Meanwhile, the workers in the new building will be able to control their lighting via smartphones and set light levels for maximum comfort and productivity. ...Learn more

 


Awarded as a Silver Sponsor for the 5th Annual Charity Casino in support of The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF)

March 20, 2014

On March 20, 2014, Brookfield Johnson Controls and Govan Brown co-hosted their fifth annual charity casino in support of The Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF). The casino created a night of gambling fun and camaraderie, but the pink ribbons and soft pink lights around the room brought a sense of purpose for breast cancer awareness...Learn more

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Announcement: Sylvania Lighting Services Joins Forces with Energy Network Services

March 7, 2014

Energy Network Services announces today that it has acquired the physical assets of Sylvania Lighting Services (SLS) Canadian maintenance division. This included operating facilities in addition to… Learn more


Recognized as PowerStream's Conservation and Demand Management Champion!

March 1, 2014

Since 1992, Energy Network Services has provided integrated energy consumption management, installation and lighting maintenance services to help its customers improve their facilities’ energy performance. With offices in Ontario, Quebec… Learn more

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Study: U.S. mayors are committed to energy efficiency, new technology use

February 10, 2014
By FM Link

Despite budget constraints, U.S. mayors expect to significantly expand their investment in energy technologies over the next five years, according to a new survey of nearly 300 cities highlighting how cities are deploying new energy technologies to make their city operations and communities more energy efficient... Read More


Ontario Power Authority: 2014 - 2016 Business Plan

February 7, 2014
By OPA

In the 2014-2016 business plan period, the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) will continue its efforts to ensure the reliability, sustainability and cost-effectiveness of the province’s electricity system for the benefit of Ontario’s consumers... Read More


Aboriginal Communities Invited to Apply for Energy-Saving Program

January 29, 2014
By OPA

This innovative program provides customized electricity conservation services designed to help First Nation communities, including remote and northern communities, reduce their electricity use in residential housing, institutional and commercial buildings... Read More


3 Reasons to Focus on Energy Savings and Sustainability

January 29, 2014
By Buildings.com

Over the years, it has been demonstrated just how much companies can benefit from converting their current incandescent or halogen bulbs to LEDs during a retrofit or new construction on the loading dock and inside the building...Read more


Strong Demand Continues for Feed-In Tariff Program

January 24, 2014
By OPA

More than four years after the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) launched North America’s first comprehensive Feed-In Tariff (FIT) Program, Ontario’s renewable energy industry, municipalities, Aboriginal communities and community organizations continue to show strong interest in the program...Read more


Incandescent light bulb ban starts Jan. 1

December 30, 2013
By Global News

Beginning January 1, there will be a ban on the incandescent light bulbs, followed by a ban of the 40 watt to 60 watt bulbs on December 31, 2014. This isn’t a new ban, but rather one that has been in the works since 2007. In 2011, the Government of Canada decided to allow consumers, as well as the lighting industry, to prepare for the new standards, and introduced a phase-out rather than an all-out ban...Read more