Is Your Business Ready for Winter?
Energy Pool Buying Power
Understanding Energy Choice
Alberta May Phase Out Coal
The Polar Vortex of 2014 virtually drove the Northern U.S. to a standstill, and natural gas prices were equally as volatile. Gas prices could spike again - is your small business safe? Learn to protect your business from volatile energy spikes with this helpful infographic.
Electricity Pools are an increasingly popular option for small and mid-size businesses seeking greater control of their electricity costs, particularly in volatile energy markets. Find out how we can help your business leverage energy pooling to secure better electricity rates in our “Buying Power” eGuide.
Once upon a time, there used to be only one energy provider - the local utility company. But state deregulation changed how energy was bought in the US, bringing competition, new providers and ultimately, lower prices to the end user - YOU. Learn what deregulation is, and how energy choice affects your business, as well as your local utility provider's roll in the big picture.
Earlier this year, Rachel Notley was elected Alberta’s premier in a sweeping victory for the New Democratic Party. Since the historic election, there has been considerable anticipation as the province’s consumers, businesses and energy providers prepare for the new government’s energy policy agenda.
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