Under Ontario's Ministry of Energy Regulation 397/11 Green Energy Act, 2009, public agencies are required to report their energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. The Ministry of Energy requires consumption data to be submitted by July 1 each year for two years prior. For 2019, the energy consumption data of 2017 was submitted and summarized below.
2017 Annual Energy Consumption and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Summary Report
|Facility Name||Total Floor Area |
|Electricity Consumption (kWh)||Natural Gas Consumption (cubic meters)||GHG Emissions|
|Art Ferguson Club House||1,472||40,841||1,128||2,839||36|
|Fire Training Center||53,334||78,415||29,158||56,483||7|
|Gorham Fire Hall||10,416||201,901||21,166||43,510||41|
|Lawn Bowling Club||5,056||20,511||2,653||5,371||10|
|Lions Park/Gorham Pool||9,700||See Note 1||28,672||54,208||31|
|Magna Centre ||216,000||7,722,193||459,025||1,001,424||58|
|McCaffrey Fire Hall||12,201||96,702||14,443||28,979||21|
|Newmarket Public Library||4,753||576,755||33,912||74,092||197|
|Old Fire Hall||3,078||23,224||6,249||12,216||29|
|Old Town Hall||3,492||259,293||35,390||71,395||182|
|Ray Twinney Recreation Complex ||123,437||3,009,668||435,343||875,132||62|
|Seniors Meeting Place||15,200||191,817||18,258||37,837||25|
|Sewer Pumping Station||456||9,090||2||161||20|
1. Reported at 0 due to
solar panel electricity generation.
The Town of Newmarket is also enrolled in a Demand Response (DR) program. DR participants are compensated for reducing their electricity consumption during peak usage times. For more information on the Demand Response program, please visit the Independent Electricity System Operator DR program page.
If you have any questions or concerns about the Town of Newmarket's energy consumption and greenhouse gas, please contact the Town of Newmarket Customer Service at 905-895-5193.