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Colin McLellan, Laura George, Kevin Francis, Zhizhao Zhang, Casper Szutka, Danny CastellanEnbridge Gas representatives Haris Ahmadzai, senior advisor market development, and Rina D’Alimonte, senior advisor energy conservation, present a cheque to Facility Services officials (clockwise from left) director of planning, renovation and construction Colin McLellan; FTP assistant Laura George; project co-ordinator Kevin Francis; energy manager Zhizhao Zhang; energy management assistant Casper Szutka; manager of facilty of planning, renovation and construction Danny Castellan.

Energy efficiencies pay off for University

Enbridge Gas gave an incentive rebate to the University in support of its energy efficiency projects.

UWindsor gardener Aaron Dickau shows St. Clair College horticulture students and instructors the diversity of native species in the Stewart Moore Carolinian Garden.UWindsor gardener Aaron Dickau (third from left) shows St. Clair College horticulture students and instructors the diversity of native species in the Stewart Moore Carolinian Garden outside the Leddy Library.

Horticulture students tour campus gardens

A group of St. Clair College horticulture students toured the UWindsor campus Friday to get a close-up look at how gardeners maintain its grounds.

The Human Kinetics building and St. Denis Centre complex will be retrofitted thanks to a $4.5 million grant from the Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.The Human Kinetics building and St. Denis Centre complex will be retrofitted thanks to a $4.5 million grant from the Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development.

UWindsor looks to curb greenhouse gas emissions through $4.5 million retrofit

Students and faculty will be able to breathe easier thanks to a multi-million-dollar grant from the Ontario Ministry of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD).

The University of Windsor’s board of governors has voted to proceed with the Greenhouse Gas Campus Retrofit Project to be supported by the single-year project grant of $4.5 million.