02 Dec Toronto Star shines a light on REALice
The town council in Pincher Creek, Alberta, passed a motion to sign an offer letter for grant funding for a REALice system to lower greenhouse gas emissions at Pincher Creek MCC Arena.
“If it can save the energy it is intended to and reduce some of the operating costs, I think it’s going to be a good addition to our facility,” says recreation manager Adam Grose, adding the system will be installed in time for the next ice season in 2022.
REALice is gaining in popularity across Alberta. More than 10 Calgary arenas already use the technology, as well as rinks in Okotoks, Bow Island, Sparwood and at the University of Alberta in Edmonton.
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