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Take Control: How to Tame your Energy Costs in a Wild Market


Chris Loughren

Duration: 1 hour(s) Category(s): Property
Credits: BOMI: 1 OAA: 1.5 Cost: FREE


The rapid increase in electricity cost in the past 5 years has been challenging for business. Politics, clean energy initiatives, and the economy all affect the energy market, and they have had their part to play in rising prices. Join Bruce Power Direct’s Chris Loughren (Manager, Commercial Energy Solutions) as he explains what has been affecting prices, what’s on the horizon, and the tools and tactics you can implement to tackle runaway energy expenses. You will leave with past and future energy market insight, real-world examples of how Canadian companies are managing energy, and tactics you can implement now.


Chris Loughren

, Manager, Commercial Energy Solutions at Bruce Power Direct

Chris has over 10 years of experience in Ontario’s energy industry in various capacities from regulatory affairs, new business development and client services. Before coming to Bruce Power, he worked closely with some of Ontario’s largest electricity consumers at the Independent Electricity Systems Operator (IESO), helping them to gain a better understanding of the electricity marketplace and realize their energy management needs.

Chris holds a degree in Economics and Applied Statistics from the University of Toronto, and is a self-proclaimed energy and computer geek. Inspired by emerging energy and technology trends, specifically within the field of intelligent efficiency, he is passionate about providing clients with a thorough understanding of their consumption data in order to help reduce their energy consumption and spend.

Outside the walls of BPD, he enjoys mountain biking and canoeing – activities that ironically enough, do not require electricity.

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