Canada Green Selects expressor for New Data Warehouse Solution

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To improve the Analysis of Energy Consumption of Buildings, Homes, and Communities throughout Canada.

expressor software, the leading provider of simplified data integration software, announced today that Canada Green Building Council (CaGBC) has selected the expressor Data Integration Platform for the creation of a SQL Server-based data warehouse, which will hold energy consumption data of buildings and homes for analysis and reporting. expressor’s role in this project will be to extract, cleanse, normalize, and load all data associated with Canada Green’s GREEN UP Building Performance Program into their new SQL Server warehouse.

About CaGBC
The CaGBC ( is the leading national industry organization advancing green building and sustainable community development practices. It is also the most trusted source of green building education in Canada – always providing the latest and most relevant Canadian material to green building professionals and post-secondary students. The CaGBC reduces environmental impacts from the built environment through education/training, building certification, performance benchmarking and reporting, advocacy and information sharing. The CaGBC is the license holder for the LEED green building rating system in Canada. CaGBC also delivers the GREEN UP Building Performance Program and supports the Living Building Challenge in Canada.

About expressor
expressor software delivers simplified data integration software that is easy to use, powerful, and affordable. Unlike traditional approaches, expressor is powered by an innovative metadata foundation that simplifies data mapping and enables reuse to improve time-to-value. With a rapidly growing community of over 18,000 unique users, expressor is helping organizations such as SKECHERS USA, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Viverae, Western World, LABVANTAGE, and BHI Energy integrate on-premises and cloud data sources with their business critical applications. For more information visit or view our community forum at


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