Bellair Ventures Inc. ("Bellair") (TSX VENTURE: BVI) announces that its wholly owned subsidiary, Clean Energy Developments Corp. ("CleanEnergy"), has entered into contracts with Johnson Controls Canada BE Ltd., a global energy retrofit engineering firm, to supply and install innovative geoexchange solutions for four schools in British Columbia, Canada. These projects are part of a broader rollout in the region with several additional bid requests expected, shortly, and a potential rollout in British Columbia for hundreds of schools in the coming years.
"CleanEnergy continues to demonstrate its competitive coverage as the national leading provider of sustainable thermal energy services and solutions," commented Emlyn J. David, President & CEO of Bellair. "These projects continue to demonstrate the value of our sustainable design build compatibilities."
The work commenced and is expected to be completed within Q3 2013.
About Bellair Ventures Inc.
Bellair is a leading provider of sustainable infrastructure solutions and services, through its wholly owned subsidiaries: Urban Mechcanical Contracting Ltd. and CleanEnergy.
CleanEnergy is the leading national provider of sustainable thermal energy systems and services. CleanEnergy has executed over 2,100 geothermal heating and cooling installations across Canada. CleanEnergy offers a utility or self-finance model for long-term thermal energy contracts.
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