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  • Canadian Greenhouse Gas Regulations – Navigating the Landscape
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    It is broadly accepted that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions need to be curbed to avoid significant global climate risks. Legislation and regulations in place across Canada to limit GHG emissions are varied and complex. They seek to achieve multiple goals:...
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  • How Does Using Energy Create Carbon Emissions?
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    How does using energy create carbon emissions? We convert the energy stored in fuels such as gasoline, natural gas and coal to heat our buildings, power equipment, light up spaces and move our vehicles. Applying heat to fuels ignites a...
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  • Will Business Respond to the World’s Greatest Opportunity?
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    This month, 360 Energy announced a new line of products. We have developed the tools to help companies and organizations manage their carbon emissions. I want you to know why we have made carbon emissions reduction a focus for our...
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  • A Guide to Net Zero Carbon Emissions
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    By John Pooley,Vice-President, Program Development for 360 Energy Many businesses are publicly committing to achieving “Net Zero” carbon emissions. Canada has set this as a goal to reach by 2050. What does this commitment mean? How will they do it? This...
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  • How can your company benefit from Carbon Solutions?
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    At 360 Energy we have a suite of carbon tools that can help you understand, manage and reduce your carbon emissions. But why would you want to look at carbon? Watch Our Webinar Here Many of the major corporations are turning...
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  • GENERATING SMART IDEAS TO KEEP THE LIGHTS ON
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    This is an article that appeared on page 13 in the September edition of The Grower.  By Karen Davidson Five greenhouse growers, all fierce competitors, are collaborating in an energy usage project in the area of Leamington, Ontario. Why? Quite simply,...
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  • YES. WE CAN CONTROL ENERGY
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    An energy manager recently told me his company was a "price taker" when it came to energy costs – in other words, they were not continually evaluating their procurement strategy.  Today, entrepreneurs need to take action. They cannot afford to...
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  • CONTROLLING ENERGY BLOSSOMS FOR DUTCH GREENHOUSE GROWER
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    When Ter Laak Orchids built a new facility for its orchid crops, they needed to recreate indoor tropical growing conditions in Holland’s cooler northern climate. Despite the daunting challenge, the Dutch greenhouse operator reduced energy use by half in...
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