Case Studies

Demonstrating sustainability and profitability go hand-in-hand

Trinity United Church

Trinity United is a small community church in Capreol, Ontario, operated as a small non-profit organization administered and maintained by volunteers and funded by members.

Project

Achieved energy optimization and building envelope improvements through more efficient programming of heating cycles, adding a layer on stained glass windows, and improving door seals with inexpensive consumer solutions.

Location
Sudbury

Industry
Other services (except public administration)

Size
Small

Cost
<$1,000

Payback period
1.5 years

Natural gas reductions
~1,500 m3/year (projected)

Energy reductions
~1,000 kWh/year (projected)

Cost savings
$750/year

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Kingston & Frontenac Housing Corporation

Upgraded over 300 new stove ranges with Safe-T-Elements.