Bryce Conrad

Local politicians and business leaders gathered Tuesday morning to mark the opening of the region’s new district energy system: the Zibi Community Utility (ZCU). 
Corporate philanthropy programs allow businesses to make a difference in their community while gaining brand visibility
Hydro Ottawa has partnered with a Quebec-based company on a pilot project to install charging stations for electric vehicles at local residences.
Bryce Conrad was perfectly happy working as an assistant deputy minister in the federal government.
An innovative local initiative is helping Hydro Ottawa reduce its environmental impact while making a positive difference in the community.
In a move it says signifies greater possibilities to grow the city’s “green energy capacity for the future,” Hydro Ottawa announced Monday it will acquire the remaining 33 per cent interest
The city’s public utility is spending $80 million to construct two new suburban facilities so it can consolidate the locations it has scattered throughout Ottawa by 2016.