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Beyond Sustainability – How Renewable Energy Solutions Measure Up to Traditional Energy Options

How renewable energy solutions measure up to traditional energy options
Posted March 20, 2020 | By atinjum

How renewable energy solutions measure up to traditional energy options 

Environmental stewardship is not just good for the planet, it’s good for business. Fortune 100 and 500 companies’ sustainability goals in 2016 not only created 80,000 emissions-reducing projects but also yielded $37 billion in savings. Sustainable practices, including purchasing renewable energy, can fulfill both environmental and business objectives. The question is, how can you leverage renewables to meet your energy management goals? 

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Buy and Benefit: Today’s Low Natural Gas Prices

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Posted February 18, 2020 | By atinjum

engineer tracking natural gas prices 

What looked like a fluke in 2019 is proving to be an enduring trend in 2020: low prices for natural gas. And not just “low” - in many cases, prices have dropped to record lows and stayed there. A combination of factors coincided to give most U.S. markets the lowest natural gas prices seen in years with storage, production, weather and distribution creating a true buyer’s market. So, what happened and how long will these market conditions hold? 

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Is your supplier customer-centric?

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Posted December 5, 2019 | By atinjum

customer rates their experience

Does your supplier take the time to understand the priorities of your organization? Do they present options with demonstrated value? Do they offer innovations and guidance by anticipating your needs? Is your supplier customer-centric? Today on the blog, we're talking about why buying energy is about so much more than a competitive price.

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5 Things You Should Know About Canada's Carbon Tax

Emission of smoke on the horizon over Lake Ontario
Posted November 13, 2019 | By atinjum

Emission of smoke on the horizon over Lake Ontario

As temperatures drop, we expect to see natural gas prices go up with increasing demand. While a number of usual factors will continue to play a role in gas prices this winter, one factor will have a very noticeable impact in Canada: the new federal carbon tax. 

What does the recently implemented carbon charge actually mean for residential and business energy consumers? On today's blog, we explore five things Canadian consumers should know about the federal carbon tax.  

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Summer Energy Outlook

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Be ready for warmer weather. See what weather is trending for summer months and find out how this might impact energy prices

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