BOMA CDM Program
BOMA Toronto stepped up to Ontario’s energy challenge by proposing a unique Conservation and Demand Management Program that would not only serve its membership but also serve the real-estate industry at large. The OPA-funded BOMA Toronto CDM Program ran from March 2007 until the end of 2010. The program was directed at large commercial properties, over 25,000 square feet, in the City of Toronto. The BOMA Toronto CDM Program successfully delivered over 50MW of conservation through a multitude of projects spanning a variety of commercial properties.
BOMA Toronto remains fully committed to Conservation Demand Management (CDM) in Ontario. Although we will no longer be involved directly in the delivery of project incentives, moving forward, we will continue to work with the Ontario Power Authority (OPA), Toronto Hydro and other utilities to promote CDM to our members. BOMA members interested in participating in CDM programs should direct their inquiries to Toronto Hydro or other local utilities.
Ontario Power Authority
Under the new province-wide program the OPA offers a wide range of tools, resources, and incentives on energy conservation and demand management that are tailored to your business. These programs can help reduce electricity costs and improve your operating efficiencies. Find out how you can potentially save thousands of dollars by implementing low cost or no cost initiatives. Learn more at the saveONenergy web site.