GEI Advises Canadian Government on Thermal Storage

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April 12, 2013

Canada like most countries today is concerned about rising energy costs and CO2 emissions, and is looking for ways to minimize both. As part of the Canadian Government’s efforts in this area, their Real Property Branch recently hired GEI to develop a high-level thermal storage feasibility report.

This report will help the Canadian Government determine how they may reduce their energy consumption in their existing government buildings. This report will specifically consider the benefits, advantages, and technologies for implementing a Thermal Storage solution to meet the needs of their government facilities and buildings.

GEI was hired based on their extensive expertise in Thermal Storage.  For extensive information on this topic, please visit the  GEI Thermal Energy Storage page.

For more information about how Goss Engineering can meet your energy engineering needs, please contact Lucas Hyman, PE, LEED AP, President of Goss Engineering, at 951.340.1977.