2012

Harbourfront Centre – $117,000
Harbourfront Energy Efficiency Retrofit: Using an Energy Savings Performance Agreement, TAF financed the installation of energy-efficiency measures at three buildings at Harbourfront Centre.

York Condominium Corporation 132 – 5 Old Sheppard – $355,000
5 Old Sheppard Energy Efficiency Retrofit: TAF provided a loan to cover the incremental costs of high-efficiency equipment including boilers, a make-up air unit, lighting and water conservation measures. As a result, the building is expected to reduce its energy use and GHG emissions by 25%.

M5V Condominium – $635,000
Installation of High-Performance Energy Equipment in a New Condo: TAF provided its signature Green Condo Loan to cover the incremental cost of dramatically exceeding building-code efficiency requirements, to be repaid by the condo corporation using the expected utility-bill savings of over $150K per year. Energy-efficiency measures included high-efficiency HVAC equipment, building automation and smart lighting controls.

2011

GEMCO – $412,000
Commerical Solar Hot Water at City of Toronto Facilities: TAF provided an investment to GEMCO to support the installation of commercial solar hot water systems at the Toronto Zoo, Birchmount Recreation Centre and True Davidson Nursing Home.

Investeco – $200,000
Investeco Fund III: TAF invested in a private equity fund focused on green investment opportunities, including infrastructure, energy efficiency, smart grid and renewable power, water quality and efficiency, sustainable agriculture, real estate and other categories.

SolarShare – $282,353
Community Solar Power: TAF Invested in the first SolarShare properties – 16 ground-mounted 10 kW photovoltaic arrays. SolarShare is now the largest renewable energy co-op in Canada.

2010

Tridel – Grand Triomphe 2 – $600,000
Installation of High-Performance Energy Equipment in a New Condo: TAF provided its signature Green Condo Loan to cover the incremental cost of dramatically exceeding building code efficiency requirements, and will be repaid by the condo corporation using the expected utility bill savings. Energy-efficiency measures include high-efficiency HVAC equipment, building automation and smart lighting controls.

Pure Energies – $650,000
Photovoltaic System Development: Pure Energies installed 42 photovoltaic systems under the microFIT program on residential houses in new subdivisions and on existing homes in and around the Toronto area.