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BOMA Toronto Conservation and Demand Management Workshop

Monday, November 22nd 2010 9:53:49am

Media Advisory
Attn: Real Estate Owners & Tenants, Business, Environment and Energy Editors

The Building Owners and Managers Association Toronto (BOMA Toronto)’s Conservation and Demand Management Program (CDM) is an energy conservation incentive program for building owners and tenants in the 416 area.

BOMA CDM is hosting a South Asian business community focused workshop outlining the details and benefits of its Conservation and Demand Management Incentive Program. There will be a series of short presentations on energy conservation initiatives and incentive programs designed to offset the costs of energy efficient retrofits.

All building owners and managers responsible for properties in the 416 area code are welcome to attend.
Breakfast is included in the workshop.

Rob Edwards, Director, Conservation &
Business Development, BOMA Toronto CDM

Bala Gnanam, Director, Projects & Operations, BOMA Toronto CDM

Dr. Solomon Naz, PHD

Tuesday, November 23, 2010  
9:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Holiday Inn Toronto International Airport
970 Dixon Road
Toronto, Ontario M9W 1J9

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RSVP for the free workshop at
To learn more about BOMA CDM, visit
Contact the BOMA CDM Program Sales Team at (416) 440-0101.


The BOMA Toronto CDM Program has been contracted to deliver electricity conservation to the Ontario commercial real estate market as part of the Ontario Power Authority\'s larger plan to deliver 6300 megawatts of electricity reduction in Ontario from various sources. The available incentives, capped at 40% of the eligible projects costs, are for on-peak demand, annual consumption or cooling ton reduction. The Program is designed to maximize participation by the avoidance of both \'process\' and \'contractual\' complications and the quick delivery of incentive payments.