Cold snap forces greenhouses to turn to alternate energy sources

February 08, 2013
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Some Ontario greenhouse operators have been forced to turn to alternate energy sources after receiving service interruption notices from their natural gas providers. (Courtesy of FutureCars.com.)
Some Ontario greenhouse operators have been forced to turn to alternate energy sources after receiving service interruption notices from their natural gas providers. (Courtesy of FutureCars.com.)
When frigid conditions hit last month, some Ontario greenhouse operators received service interruption notices from their natural gas suppliers. In most cases the notice meant a switch to alternate energy sources. 

Click here to read The Packer's full article on how greenhouse operators are dealing with the interruption.

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