With half of 2016 already behind us, we’re looking ahead to fall and winter. Both La Niña (marked by colder-than-normal temperatures in the northern half of the country) and energy price increases could drastically affect energy budgets this winter.
Concurrently, many companies are starting to plan longer term by leveraging renewables and attributes within their emission reduction strategies.
We will review:
- Opportunities and risk of leveraging renewables and attributes within emission reduction strategies
- What La Niña means for the upcoming winter
- General market conditions and what increasing energy prices mean for the rest of 2016