CERI and 360 Energy launch cooperative education outreach agreement

Ellen Cools
June 04, 2018
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June 4, 2018 — The Canadian Energy Research Institute (CERI) and 360 Energy Inc. recently announced an agreement to organize a series of presentation events to bring CERI research insights to a cross-section of Ont.-based organizations and business leaders.

The organizations say the three-year cooperation agreement will ensure large energy consumers and suppliers in Canada have access to the most pertinent energy knowledge from CERI. This outreach is intended to help Canadian businesses become more productive, sustainable and cost competitive in their energy purchases and consumption decisions.

“CERI is pleased to work with 360 Energy to place our research directly into the hands of market decision makers. Part of CERI’s strategy includes outreach across Canada to engage with energy consumers and other stakeholders. 360 Energy is a proven innovative organization in the marketplace that provides an important channel to assist with that endeavour,” said CERI president and CEO, Allan Fogwill.

CERI is an energy research organization specializing in the analysis of economic and environmental issues associated with the energy production, transportation and consumption sectors. 360 Energy provides energy management services to a range of large energy consuming entities across Canada.

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