Businesses throughout BC are encouraged to promote energy conservation 
Turn Down The Heat
Turn Down the Heat Week is the Business Improvement Areas of BC's annual initiative that brings together business improvement associations across the Province to raise awareness of the environmental and economic benefits of reducing wasteful energy consumption and to help those in need of warm winter clothing. Thank you to all who participated from November 2 - 9, 2018.
This year, and into 2019, the need to promote energy conservation is much greater. On October 9, 2018 an Enbridge-owned natural gas transmission pipelineruptured near Prince george, BC. While the pipeline has been repaired and returned to service, it's important to note thatEnbridge plans to operate their transmission systemat a reduced capacity for the next few months, starting at about 55% capacity and gradually ramping up to 80 per cent.
For more information, please visit FortisBC.
FortisBC offers a range of resources for businesses to help them save energy and cut down on heating and hot water costs. Along with a wide range of energy savings tips, FortisBC also has a robust rebate program for business owners to take advantage of when upgrading their premises, or retrofitting to improve energy efficiciency. Tips and rebates are also available for home owners interested in conserving energy.
For more information, interview requests or images, please contact:
Nancy Chilton


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