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Results of CME Ontario Energy Use Study Highlight Leadership and Room For Improvement

Published by CME webmaster on July 30, 2010

According to the results of a energy study released today by Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) Ontario, leadership makes the difference when it comes to energy efficiency.

“The overlying message is simple -- if you have management commitment, you’re more likely to be further ahead on energy efficiency”, explained Ian Howcroft, vice president of CME Ontario.  “While manufacturers and industrials are much further ahead than other sectors in terms of energy management, there’s plenty of room for improvement.”
 
148 companies in 11 sectors participated in the study, Advancing Opportunities in Energy Management for the Manufacturing and Industrial Sector in Ontario.  Participating facilities received a report card indicating how they compared to other companies in the study. 

“We thank  Natural Resources Canada, the Ontario Government, Ontario Power Authority, Union Gas, Hydro One and Enbridge for contributing resources and expertise to ensure the project was a success,” Howcroft Added.

Stantec, Marbek and Odyna Inc provided consulting for the project.  The report also assessed the economic potential for improvement in management and technical best practices and associated greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.  The full report can be viewed at www.cme-mec.ca or directly here, along with the addendum here.
 
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) is Canada’s leading trade and industry association and the voice of manufacturing and global business in Canada.
 
The association directly represents more than 10,000 leading companies nationwide. More than 85% of CME’s members are small and medium-sized enterprises. As Canada’s leading business network, CME, through various initiatives including the establishment of the Canadian Manufacturing Coalition, touches more than 100,000 companies from coast to coast, engaged in manufacturing, global business and service-related industries.
 
CME’s membership network accounts for an estimated 82% of total manufacturing production and 90% of Canada’s exports.

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