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Looking to save money on your utility bills at your arena? Switching to the REALice technology saves tremendously on natural gas and electricity costs. Natural gas usage can be reduced on average by 79% according to FortisBC - see large scale pilot from 2014. Electric usage can be reduced by 10% - 12% by resetting...

CBC News highlights the City of Kamloops, BC who has already converted two of their arenas to cold water flooding using the REALice system and saving thousands of taxpayers dollars annually thus far. After finding success at the smaller community arenas, the City is ready to...

We are thrilled that FortisBC features REALice in one of their energy conservation commercials. The 30-second clip, featuring Jim Kobialko, the Conservation & Energy Management Program Manager for Fortis BC, has been posted on the web and is also being shown on TV. Reducing Costs and...

Switching customers to new technology demands time and skill The traditional way to make ice in an indoor hockey rink is to use hot water, but a new technology makes it possible to achieve the same end at a lower cost using room-temperature water. Educating people about that breakthrough...

Enbridge’s $5K incentive offer will help its Ontario arena customers lower their energy costs, carbon emissions October 10, 2016 - Enbridge, the Canadian energy delivery company, has announced a program for its ice arena customers in Ontario. They’re offering an incentive of $5,000 per ice sheet for their natural gas...

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