Innovation / Carboneutrality Event (presented by the Building Energy Challenge)

From 2:30 to 6 p.m.
From 2:30 to 6 p.m.
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From 2:30 to 6 p.m.

Maison du développement durable
50 St, Catherine St. West
Montreal, H2X 3V4



  • 2:30 – Welcome and registration 
  • 3:00 – Word from the committee president
  • 3:10 – Presentations
  • 4:25 – Closing speech
  • 4:30 – Cocktails - networking
  • 6:00 – End of event


The Building Energy Challenge  will hold its first Innovation / Carboneutralit event on January 26. As part of this activity, various firms in the energy sector were selected by a jury to present their energy innovations or solutions to an audience of property managers.


Selected Energy firms:


Several energy-efficient buildings have already been constructed. It is a question now of making them intelligent buildings, optimizing their potential by making use of their energy consumption data. By means of the Dybec analytic platform, our team of experts use your data to establish precise monitoring of comfort and energy consumption based on the performance of each HVAC system. Our approach is very much attuned to our climate, the energy crisis and the current shortage of manpower.

Guest Speaker: Benoit Guenette, directeur innovation, BGI Analytics



Our mission at TGWT is to make water treatment simple, sustainable and profitable for steam boilers, cooling towers, closed-loop systems and wastewater treatment.  Our plant-based products  provide a reduction of up to 20% in water consumption, and up to 15% in greenhouse emissions and energy consumption. 

Guest Speaker: Paule Genest, directrice, ESG & développement, eau et énergie, TGWT



In the majority of buildings, a major source of energy consumption is the energy used to heat water systems. Given important factors such as Legionaires' disease, minimum water storage temperature and the outdoor air temperature, traditional heat pumps in residential water systems have their limitations. Using CO2, however, helps to overcome many os those constraints and to increase energy efficiency in terms of water consumption.  

Guest Speaker: Charles Gautier, Outside Sales Representative, Consulting-Engineering, The Master Group



Geothermal energy and its system of standing column wells can reduce the amount of energy consumed in a building by more than 65%. A viable, lower-cost economic alternative, it helps reduce or completely eliminate the use of natural gas for heating.

Guest Speaker: Nathalie H. Tremblay, President and Founder, Marmott Energies



SOFIAC (Société de Financement et d’Accompagnement en efficacité énergétique), identifies, optimizes, builds and defrays 100% of the costs of implementing energy efficiency and greenhouse gas reduction projects, in exchange for shared energy cost savings. This specialized investment fund is actively involved in efforts to combat climate change, and provides access to patient, inexpensive capital.  

Speaker: Michel Méthot, Vice-President and Director, Eastern Canada, SOFIAC


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