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Saving Energy Dollars in Stores, Supermarkets and Malls
In This Guide
- Step 1: Calculate Your Energy Costs and Consumption
- Step 2: Compare With Other Facilities
- Step 4: Invest in Energy Efficiency Retrofits
- Take the Next Step: Join Us
Please note: Facts and figures in this document are drawn from several sources. All financial payback figures are estimates based on real examples, and may not be true for your facility size or area of the country.
Thanks to the following energy management firms for their
help in preparing this guide:
Finn Projects, Toronto, Ontario
Prism Engineering Ltd., Vancouver, British Columbia
Roche ltée, Groupe-conseil, Québec, Quebec
Throughout this guide, we list Web sites that offer useful energy efficiency information for stores, supermarkets and shopping malls. Just look for the symbol.
Although some of these sites sell goods or services, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) does not endorse one company over another. We identify these Web sites solely for the informative content they provide.
Office of Energy Efficiency
Natural Resources Canada
580 Booth Street, 18th floor
Ottawa ON K1A 0E4
Tel.: 877-360-5500 (toll free)
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