Canadian Government Awards Chrysler Plant for Going Green


WINDSOR — Chrysler’s Brampton Assembly Plant has been received a Leadership Award from the Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation for its innovative advancements and contributions to energy efficiency.

The Brampton Plant is one of two Chrysler assembly facilities in Canada and is the first plant in the country to implement the energy management standards set by the ISO.

The facility’s achievement in energy management includes initiatives such automated lighting, heating, and ventilation, which saves the company roughly $2 million in annual electricity and natural gas costs, while also reducing excess negative exhaust by 1.2 million cubic feet per minute.

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