Posted July 08, 2018 09:21:31 The Grant Air Cooling plant, located in Oakville, Ont., employs about 10,000 people, making it one of the largest in Canada.
The company’s biggest problem is that there’s no guarantee that the facility will keep up with demand.
But that’s not stopping some Ontario residents from hoping it will.
The city has been working with the Grant Co-operative to find a solution to the Grant Cooling problem.
Grant Co. spokesperson Michael Brown said the company is offering the company a $10,000 incentive to get the air conditioning working again.
Brown said in a news release the incentive is a “reward for a commitment to make sure Grant Coolers operate properly.”
We know there’s a lot of people who are looking to invest in Grant Cooler technology and want to be able to do so.
But this will help us get the Grant to work again and to bring in a lot more Grant Co.-owned and operated air conditioning.” “
Grant Coolers are not new to the market, and we’ve seen that in the past with other companies that we’ve worked with in the region.
But this will help us get the Grant to work again and to bring in a lot more Grant Co.-owned and operated air conditioning.”