Efficiency Nova Scotia’s Errol Pereira talks to The Port Hawkesbury Reporter about the Onsite Energy Manager service

Efficiency Nova Scotia’s Errol Pereira talks to The Port Hawkesbury Reporter about the Onsite Energy Manager service

Efficiency Nova Scotia’s Errol Pereira talks to The Port Hawkesbury Reporter how the Onsite Energy Manager (OEM) service has grown and found success since launching in 2012. The OEM service exists to identify opportunities to save electricity and money for partnering businesses, and we are proud to work with partners such as Dalhousie who have seen a savings of $250,000 per year.

To read the full article: https://porthawkesburyreporter.com/a-kilowatt-saved-is-a-kilowatt-earned/

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