The City of Brantford is dedicated to corporate energy conservation and environmental sustainability. Energy is essential to the operation of the City’s buildings, services and production of water and treatment of wastewater. Facilities Management staff work closely with all City departments to identify energy-saving opportunities, investigate and capitalize on rebate and grant-funding programs and implement cost effective energy retrofit projects throughout City facilities.
City Council endorsed the Corporate Energy Management Plan 2014-19 on June 23, 2014. Click to learn more about City’s Energy Management Plan.
The 2011 through 2014 average energy intensity for City facilities is shown in the table below. The unit of measure is "equivalent kilowatt hour" per square foot of space. Kilowatt hour (kWh) is a unit of energy equivalent to one kilowatt of power expanded for one hour of time; for energy such as natural gas, units are converted to ekWh (equivalent kilowatt hour). There are a number of factors that influence energy use over any given year; some factors are energy reduction initiatives, climate, building occupancy and operational practices.
If you have questions or would like further information about the City’s Energy Management Program please contact: Jim Quin, Manager of Facilities Management, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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