Case Study
Furniture manufacturer reduces energy consumption by 5% per unit.


Global Wood Concepts Ltd. is a Toronto-based company that designs and manufactures high-quality office furniture for standard and custom installations. Established in 1986, it ships about 700 units per day to customers across Canada and the United States.

Since the company achieved ISO 50001 accredited certification, it has realised significant energy savings across several energy efficiency projects. Total energy reductions for 2014–2015 alone were 234,688 kWh or $37,546 in savings, equivalent to 5% per unit of production.

Further information is available in this factsheet on the Clean Energy Ministerial website.



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