DUKE Heights BIA Hosts OSEA Green Energy Open Doors 2016 Launch



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DUKE Heights BIA Sustainability Office proudly hosts the opening breakfast of the 5th Annual Green Energy Doors Open ’16 presented by the Ontario Sustainable Energy Association (OSEA). This event showcases Ontario’s sustainable renewable energy sector which includes solar photo-voltaic power, solar thermal energy, geothermal energy, wind power, biomass energy and energy from waste. The renewable energy sector is just one of the growing green business sectors of DUKE Heights BIA. Please visit us and each of the following DUKE Heights BIA green energy sector members on to learn about their products and services

Time: Friday, Sept. 9, 8:00 am – 10:00 am

Location: DUKE Heights BIA Office, 1120 Finch Avenue West, Suite 205, Toronto, ON, M3J 3H7

RSVP; Leon Wasser, MBA, P.Eng., Sustainability Consultant, DUKE Heights BIA, leon@dukeheights.ca



Dascan Ground Heat Energy Services

Engineers, designers and suppliers of geothermal energy system

300 Wildcat Road, Toronto, ON, M3J 2N5, (416) 860-6722; www.dascangroundheat.com

Oya Solar Inc. 

Designers and suppliers of solar photovoltaic systems
11 Kodiak Crescent, Toronto, ON, M3J 3G5; (416) 840-3358www.oyasolar.com

Polar Racking

Designers and manufacturers of racking for solar photovoltaic panel systems

11 Kodiak Cr., Toronto, ON, M3J 3E5; (416) 860-6722; www.polarracking.com



The following DUKE Heights BIA members support this initiative but won’t be receiving visits from the public for this event:  


Kinetic Solar Racking

Designers and manufacturers of solar photovoltaic panel racking systems

65 Martin Ross Ave. # 1, Toronto, ON, M3J 2L6; (416) 665-3755





SolarWall Conserval Engineering Inc.

Inventers and manufacturers and suppliers of a unique solar thermal energy technology

200 Wildcat Road, Toronto, ON, M3J 2N5; (416) 661-7057; www.solarwall.com


Tridel Group

Canada’s leading green condominium developers and managers

4800 Dufferin St., Toronto, ON, M3H 5S9; (416) 661-9290www.tridel.com

The following energy utilities support renewable energy: 




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