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  • Samuel Energy Team Achieves Success
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      The energy team at Samuel, Son and Company’s plant in Fort Mill, South Carolina are successfully challenging an assumption that significant energy efficiency improvements can only be made using new technology. Tony Godbolt, Lauren Sanders, Butch Freeman, Jon Bryan...
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  • Scammers Are Calling – How Do You Protect Yourself?
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    There are new scams being tried every day. How can you know if the phone call you’re receiving is legitimate or not?  Is someone requesting payment for your utility bill? NEVER, EVER, give any details over the phone.  First things first:...
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  • BECOME MORE COMPETITIVE AND HELP THE ENVIRONMENT TOO
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    They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch. But 25 years in the energy industry have taught me Canadian companies, large and small, aren’t doing a very good job of managing their energy or therefore, when that...
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  • Message from the CEO
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    Have You Put Energy into Your New Year Resolutions? Welcome to 2020!  To all our many friends and clients, I wish you the very best for the coming year.  Have you resolved to control your energy costs this year? It is still...
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  • Small Data. Big Results.
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      “Big Data” is receiving a lot of attention. And for good reason. Nearly every process, transaction or interaction can now be digitalized.  Computing power and sophisticated algorithms are detecting patterns in those aggregated data that were not possible even...
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  • COACH’S CIRCLE
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    My five-year-old son is learning to play hockey this winter. Every Saturday at the rink, coaches put the kids through sets of drills. They are instilling core competencies in the basics skills. The secret to mastering a skill is...
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  • CHANGES TO CANADA’S CARBON TAX ARE COMING. WHO WILL...
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    Canada’s carbon tax will increase 50% on April 1, 2020. The tax, which applies to emissions from the burning of fossil fuels, will increase from $20/T CO₂ to $30/T CO₂. The impact on natural gas will be to increase...
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  • DO YOU THINK CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE IS A...
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    By Richard Adamson MSc, CEO,  Industrial Climate Solutions Inc.  Each year, Canada emits over 700 MT of carbon dioxide (CO2) – roughly 19.5 tonnes per person. Those are a lot of greenhouse gas emissions. Only about 11% of them come from...
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  • PRICE FIXING OF CARBON MARKETS. THERE IS A BETTER...
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    By Sheldon Fulton, Forte Business Solutions Ltd. If a baker priced his bread at $50/loaf, we would all opt for a new baker. If he priced it at $.05/loaf, we would buy all that we could possibly eat. Whether either baker...
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