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City of Calgary Mayor's Innovation Challenge

Corvonic Technologies – Helping make a Smarter Grid!

Electricity powers all aspects of our lives, and is critical to the continued growth, health and vitality of our cities and our Country.

Corvonic Technologies is a Calgary based startup dedicated to improving the reliability and efficiency of the electric grid, and enabling it to support the increasing demands being imposed on it. We provide Electrical Distribution Utilities the essential insights to monitor and proactively... more »

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City of Calgary Mayor's Innovation Challenge

Synthetic Calgary Energy Futures

Energy is all about how it powers people. The disruptive changes required to meet decarbonization goals offer the opportunity to tackle sustainability, equity and resilience and ensure Calgary's net-zero energy future for all.

To get there, our toolset also needs to change. We need compelling new stakeholder tools to model unprecedented futures alongside novel technology adoption and the scenarios need to be localized... more »

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City of Calgary Mayor's Innovation Challenge

Existing Building Deep Retrofit and Fuel-Switching Pilot

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Identify an existing City of Calgary owned building that is nearing major system lifecycle renewals and pilot an energy-use reduction and fuel-switching project. The project will focus on the Alberta and Calgary specific barriers encountered in the process of transitioning existing buildings from fossil fuel based systems, to being fully electrified and/or connected to a renewable energy system.

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City of Calgary Mayor's Innovation Challenge

Community EV Charging for Garage-less Calgarians Edited

Community EV Charging for Garage-less Calgarians (in Sunalta)

 

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Installing 7 duplex level two chargers at street level in Sunalta will enable 200 garageless ICE vehicles owners to switch to EVs. This represents 10% of the garageless residents in Sunalta. This will reduce Sunalta's local carbon footprint by 250 tonnes of CO2 per year at a capital cost of roughly $100,000. This project can provide a... more »

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