The Building Energy Innovators Council has today published a second EndoTherm case study showcasing energy savings at the University of the Fraser Valley/ The pilot which covered the two main campuses of the University in both Abbotsford and Chilliwack showed savings in excess of 10%. More information can be seen on the BEIC page here;

University of the Fraser Valley Lowers Gas Consumption over 10% with Campus Wide Installation of EndoTherm

The BEIC was founded in 2016 by a diverse group of Real Estate and Corporate leaders. Lead by BGIS, this is an industry driven council established to accelerate the collaboration, innovation and adoption of clean building technologies including energy efficiency and renewable power stations that will transform the built environment, while developing world class clean tech companies, creating jobs and enabling economic prosperity in a future low carbon era.

‘The BEIC is an industry-driven initiative to accelerate the collaboration, innovation, and adoption of clean building technologies across Canada’

This follows the sharing of another EndoTherm case study at Vancouver International Airport which can be seen in the link below

https://beic.ca/case-studies/vancouver-airport-lowers-natural-gas-consumption-by-17-32-with-new-boiler-water-additive