March 26, 2012 — Greenhouse Canada Energy Edge is a multi-media program
designed to highlight improvements in the energy performance of the
Canadian greenhouse sector.
March 26, 2012 — Greenhouse Canada Energy Edge is a multi-media program designed to highlight improvements in the energy performance of the Canadian greenhouse sector.
Produced by Greenhouse Canada magazine, Energy Edge is based on a constantly updated website, and includes articles in each issue of Greenhouse Canada, as well as a biweekly e-news service.
Topics include energy efficiency, renewable energy options and information, incentive programs, procurement, energy management, and more.
Featured items on the home page today include a report on Seacliff Energy’s biogas CHP system in Leamington, news on Ontario’s FIT program revised energy pricing, options and tips for choosing biomass combustion system, MSU’s energy efficiency tips, and advice on setting up an energy procurement system. Visit today and find out more.
Energy Edge is made possible by the generous support of its sponsors, including Toromont Energy, Gryphon Automation, and 360 Energy’s Journey to Energy Excellence for Greenhouses program.
URL link: http://www.greenhousecanada.com/energy-edge.
|Dennis Dick (at left) of Seacliff Energy of Leamington with project site supervisor Keith Shantz during construction of the leading edge anaerobic digestion facility.|
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