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Hydro-Sherbrooke could save between $400,000 and $500,000 a year if they improve their load-shedding processes, something that would reduce their need to purchase electricity from Hydro-Quebec.
That piece of information was put forward by the cityâ€™s auditor general, Claude Cournoyer, in his annual report for 2010 which was presented during Tuesday nightâ€™s city council meeting.
The reportâ€™s first chapter was dedicated to the performance of Hydro-Sherbrooke, in which Cournoyer specified that the organization purchased 95 per cent, totaling $95 million, of their electricity from Hydro-Quebec in 2010.
â€śSlight improvements in that percentage would translate in the potential for improvements to the central budget of thousands of dollars,â€ť he told the council Tuesday night.
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