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You’re Invited to the World’s Biggest Celebration!

Posted: March 14, 2018
Tagged As: Climate Change, Electricity, Energy, GHG Emissions

Saturday March 24, 2018 from 8:30-9:30 pm local time is Earth Hour.  Discover some of the history behind Earth Hour and learn how you and your municipality can get involved in the world’s biggest celebration.  

Electric Trucks: Big Toys, Batteries Included.

Posted: February 28, 2018
Tagged As: Electric Vehicles, Fleet Management, GHG Emissions

When you hear the words "electric vehicle" they often conjure images of small cars.  While it is still a growing segment, the electric vehicle market has grown to include electric trucks and larger vehicles, and these big toys come with batteries included. 

Don't Forget to Love the Earth This Valentine's Day

Posted: February 14, 2018
Tagged As: Electricity, Energy, GHG Emissions

Today is Valentine's Day, and many of us will be spending quality time with the one we love the most.  However, while showering your loved one with greeting cards, flowers, chocolate an other lavish gifts, don't forget to show Mother Earth a little love too.

Energy Efficiency: A Behavioral Approach to Energy Savings

Posted: February 07, 2018
Tagged As: Electricity, Energy, Energy Bills, Energy Planning, GHG Emissions

Human behaviour is a big factor in energy efficiency.  Find out how changes in human behaviour can affect energy efficiency, and how even capacity-strapped organizations can generate change and realize cost savings.

What are Telematics & How Can My Municipality Make Use of Them?

Posted: November 08, 2017
Tagged As: Electric Vehicles, Fleet Management, GHG Emissions, Technology

Telematics are becoming a more important part of municipal fleet management.  But what exactly are telematics, and how can telematics help your municipality operate its fleet more efficiently?

Turning Radishes and Rutabagas into Revenues

Posted: September 13, 2017
Tagged As: Energy, GHG Emissions, Natural Gas, Waste Management

Renewable Natural Gas provides an environmentally responsible solution to diverting organic waste from landfill while producing stable, clean, renewable fuel to heat buildings and fuel vehicle fleets. Discover how municipalities across Canada are making use of RNG and what opportunities might exist for you municipality.

EV Charging 101

Posted: August 09, 2017
Tagged As: Asset Management, Electric Vehicles, Electricity, Energy, Energy Bills, Fleet Management, GHG Emissions

If you are purchasing an electric vehicle, be it for personal use or for your municipal fleet, there's a few key pieces of information you ought to know about.  Get up to speed on need to know information about electric vehicle charging.

Program Spotlight: The LAS Recreational Facility LED Lighting Service

Posted: July 05, 2017
Tagged As: Energy, Energy Planning, GHG Emissions, LAS Programming, LED, Recreational Lighting

LED technology is at a point where it can be used in almost any application.  If your municipality is looking for ways to reduce electricity consumption and operational costs, consider the business case for an LED lighting upgrade from LAS. 

The Cost of Going Electric

Posted: June 14, 2017
Tagged As: Asset Management, Climate Change, Electric Vehicles, Electricity, Energy, Fleet Management, GHG Emissions

While the environmental benefits of electric vehicles (EV) are clear, the financial considerations surrounding their purchase can be a little hazy.  Explore the up front and ongoing financial considerations in buying an EV and their impact on municipal fleets. 

The Electric Vehicle Renaissance Has Begun

Posted: March 28, 2017
Tagged As: Climate Change, Electric Vehicles, Fleet Management, GHG Emissions

Once fettered by high costs, low speeds, and short distance ranges due to limited breakthroughs in battery-powered storage capacity, there is now a renewal of interest in EVs.  Learn more about available incentives for EVs and charging stations as Ontario moves towards a low carbon economy.

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