Guide to Energy Efficiency Opportunities in the Canadian Brewing Industry, 2011, a joint project of Beer Canada and Natural Resources Canada, revises and updates an earlier edition of the same title produced by Lom & Associates Inc., released in 1998.
The purpose of this new edition is to:
- Recognize the current activities undertaken by the Canadian brewing industry and individual companies of all sizes with respect to energy use, greenhouse gas reductions and conservation of water and;
- Identify opportunities for improvements in efficiencies in these respective areas and;
- Present related industry performance trends and data where available both in Canada and abroad.
The guide is also intended to assist in the development and achievement of voluntary sector energy efficiency targets, under the auspices of the Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation. Beer Canada also helps to support the work of the Canadian Energy and Emissions Data Centre, a non-profit organization committed to providing quality and energy and environmental data across Canadian industry, including the brewing sector.
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