Commission Scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys' (CSMB) energy efficiency measures for GHG Emission Reductions Project
The project contributes to GHG emission reductions since it makes it possible to consume less energy than it would otherwise in the baseline scenario (status quo). Considering that the natural gas used for central heating produce more GHG emissions than electricity in Quebec, the significant GHG reductions projects in this report are :
1) The installation of high efficiency boilers, since 2003; 2) Automatic controls for the ventilation, heating and conditioning systems; 3) Heating system energy switch (furnace oil to natural gas); 4) Replacement of refrigerating systems.
Roof and fenestration rehabilitation will have a small overall impact on the total GHG emission reduction.
However it is important to mention the substantial environmental efforts carried by CSMB.
The project achieves GHG emission reductions by installing energy efficient technologies and thus consuming less energy (natural gas, light oil and electricity) then what would have happened with the baseline scenario: status quo on energy efficiency projects.
GHG Report (2003-2008) - english
Verification Report (2003-2008) - english
GHG Report (2009) - english
Verification Report (2009) - english
GHG Report (2010) - english
Verification Report (2010) - english
GHG Report (2011)
Verification Report (2011)
GHG Report (2012-2013)
Verification Report (2012-2013)
|Registry: GHG CleanProjects Registry|
|Type: Energy Efficiency||Status: Active|
|Authorized Project Contact:
National Ecocredit Inc.
||Latitude: 45.310294 Map|
|Validator: None defined||Longitude: 73.404012|
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton LLP
GDTS Service Conseils (SPA) Inc.
Commission scolaire Marguerite-Bourgeoys (CSMB)
|Start Date: 2003-01-01||End Date: 2010-12-31|
|Estimated potential lifetime emission reductions-removals: 12,273 t CO2e||Estimated potential annual emission reductions-removals:
2003 - 1,351 t CO2 e
2004 - 2,980 t CO2 e
2005 - 1,656 t CO2 e
2006 - 1,989 t CO2 e
2007 - 1,968 t CO2 e
2008 - 2,330 t CO2 e
2009 - 2,940 t CO2 e
2010 - 3,626 t CO2 e
2011 - 3,656 t CO2 e
2012 - 2,045 t CO2 e