Calgary TELUS Convention Centre Goes Solar Calgary TELUS Convention Centre

Calgary TELUS Convention Centre Goes Solar

The Calgary Telus Convention Centre has installed 10-kilowatt solar panels on the North Building roof, which will harness energy from the sun and ultimately lower the CTCC's carbon footprint.

The Calgary Telus Convention Centre has introduced solar panels that will generate power for meetings and conventions. The CTCC, which can accommodate up to 4,000 delegates in its 122,000 square feet of flexible meeting space and 47,000 square feet of exhibit space, has installed 10-kilowatt solar panels on the North Building roof, which will harness energy from the sun and ultimately lower the CTCC's carbon footprint.

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