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MESSAGE FROM CEO

Are There Any Benefits In This Adversity

The COVID-19 outbreak will challenge how we all do business – in both the short and the long run.
 
Today, the threat of COVID-19 feels somewhat similar to the financial turmoil we experienced in 2008.
 
And, like the last crisis, I recognize that energy and water costs may be the last thing on your mind.
 
However, based on the lessons from more than a decade ago, I want you to add energy utilities and water use to your checklist for action.
 
Find out why that will be important to your business as we manage this global crisis.

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We are proud to announce the launch of the new company logo as part of the ongoing evolution of our company.
 
360 Energy has grown and evolved over the years, and we felt it was time for a change. We have refreshed our logo to reflect who we are today and to symbolize our future.

READ MORE ABOUT THIS CHANGE HERE

 

Energy Gives Jem Farms Its Competitive Edge 

Jamie Mastronardi has been in the greenhouse business for 35 years. He grew up on the farm he now owns and leads. For him, energy is at the heart of the changes taking place across his rapidly expanding industry. “We now know a lot about how to set optimal light, temperature and humidity levels to benefit our crops. Energy use is key to balancing the greenhouse environment while also saving costs,” he says. 

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Executives Told to Prepare Now For Climate Opportunities

Canadian businesses are turning climate change risks into profitable opportunities and others need to join the trend to avoid being left behind.
 
This was a key message delivered at a recent Executive Briefing on Climate Change seminar in Burlington, Ontario.

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE MESSAGE TO EXECUTIVES HERE 

 

Making Sense of Energy Market Volatility

The plunge in world stock markets certainly grabbed the world’s attention. Why did it occur? What might it mean for energy prices? What should we make of the turmoil?
 
A few factors are having an outsized impact on energy prices. The first factor is the worldwide action to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The battle for market share between the Saudis and Russia have helped send markets for petroleum based products (and the markets that take cues from petroleum) into a tailspin. Travel restrictions and broad enforcement of social distancing have created considerable uncertainty for economies around the world.

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Webinar / Zero Emissions: Lessons from Europe and the UK

We hear the term “zero emissions” a lot these days, and see news of a number of corporations and organizations pledging to be zero emissions. What does this ultimately mean? Can your organization do it, and how do you get there? In this webinar we will be addressing the following questions, with lessons and examples of work done in the UK and Europe.

Join 360 Energy and John Pooley (Managing Director, John Pooley Consultancy; founding member of Carbon Trust’s Consultant Accreditation Board; and Vice President Program Development, 360 Energy Inc.) who is based in the UK and has extensive experience of carbon management both in the UK and EU on Tuesday March 24 at 11:00am EST. Learn from John’s UK and EU experience to help prepare for a zero emission future.  

Webinar / March 24 / 11:00 AM EST

REGISTER HERE

 


Making Sense of Energy Market Volatility

How to Regain A Sense of Control

The news continues to be dominated by the impact of coronavirus. People are reacting and are over reacting to the news. Here are some ideas to navigate through this pandemic, regain a sense of control, ease anxiety and support others. 

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