We do our best to ensure that the green products we offer help support emission reduction and renewable energy production projects local to the markets we serve. Click here to learn about the projects we support across North America.
The renewable energy and carbon offset credits we purchase are current, relative to when customers buy green products from us.
The green projects we invest in meet the highest industry standards, some of which include:
Our green purchases are reviewed yearly by international, independent third party accounting firm, Grant Thornton LLP, to verify that they match our green energy sales. This validates that our green energy investments match our customers' energy selections.
From Commercial Sales to Legal and Regulatory Affairs to home comfort services, our teams define our character and the power our business. We are a diverse group whose combined strength and expertise support our position at the top of the retail energy industry.
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At Just Energy we recognize the importance of providing a wide array of compensation and benefits programs that address important aspects of your life at work and home. We consider all of these monetary and non-monetary types of compensation as key components of our Total Rewards Methodology.
From our roots as a small regional energy marketer in 1997, we have grown considerably in size and scope to become a leading North American natural gas and electricity retailer and a market leader in green energy programs and home comfort services.
The energy industry essentially refers to the collection of industries involved in the production and sale of energy products and services.
These include the petroleum/oil, gas, nuclear, electric power and renewable energy sectors that are essential to serving our overall transportation, household, agriculture, technology and communications needs. What deregulation does is open up competition to independent retailers like Just Energy to offer consumers a choice in who will supply their natural gas and/or electricity, and the price they pay for it.