Strategies To Reduce Emissions and Increase Savings.
Change happens at every level of your organization. 360 Energy’s unique approach to energy and carbon management involves employees across the organization, from the C-Suite to the plant floor.
Reducing the environmental impact of your organization’s activities presents an enormous opportunity to play a crucial leadership role and reap significant business benefits.
We work with you and your team to understand what energy efficiency and carbon reduction mean for your organization. Our experienced approach helps you navigate these challenges now, and creates opportunities for the future.
What We Do
You need to understand energy usage and carbon emissions to manage them. Our programs provide the knowledge you need to implement change successfully.
What needs to happen in order to see change in your organization? 360 Energy partners with your organization to understand and develop a personalized strategy.
We analyze your current usage and expenses related to energy to understand where your organization is and measure the impact of strategies.
Through sourcing, negotiating contracts and facilitating competitive bids with suppliers. A purchasing strategy is unique to your organization’s needs.
Why Choose us?
Partner with 360 Energy to develop a customized solution tailored to your organization. There is no one size fits all.
Measurable results that are easily delivered to internal and external stakeholders, who are demanding action on all ESG-related matters.
At 360 Energy, we are proud to share we have become a recognized leader in North America for businesses seeking impactful solutions to meet energy and carbon efficiency goals.
See our new Carbon Excellence Program.
Neil and Mike van Steekeleenburg
Owners, CosMic Plants
“360 Energy has helped our team uncover savings that we had not previously considered, and established processes to ensure those new savings are measured and sustained over time. In today’s marketplace, being cost-competitive takes more than just tough negotiation with materials and suppliers. Staying competitive requires a keen understanding of all input costs and the variables that cause those to fluctuate. It requires strategic application of data and knowledge and an insatiable curiosity about ways to get better over time.”
President, Manufacturing Division
Samuel, Son & Co.
Owner, Howard Huy Greenhouses
“We have a long-term relationship with 360 Energy that started with them being our natural gas consultant. Through the years as the energy market continued to change, 360 Energy has been the one constant on which we can rely. Through their Energy Excellence program, we have gained better understanding of our utility bills, our site’s energy usage, energy markets and the pieces over which we have the most control for us to manage. With this knowledge gained from working with 360 Energy, we not only tackled our low-hanging fruit, but we continued to identify many less conventional conservation and energy procurement ideas. Surprising enough, 50% of the savings we have achieved have not required company capital. We have embedded energy management practices throughout our company to control energy with members from diverse roles across the plant. The management of energy is a sound business investment and has provided significant returns for us.”
Sumitomo Bakelite North America, Inc.
Durez Canada Company, Ltd. Fort Erie ON
Owner, Doef’s Greenhouses
Lacombe County, AB
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