Chance To Learn About A New Energy Business

Anyone interested in solar power and Sycamore Energy Inc coming to the city is invited to attend a breakfast meeting April 2nd at the Heritage Inn.

Organized by the Moose Jaw and District Chamber of Commerce the $15 breakfast event runs from 7:30 am to 9 am and will feature not only breakfast but an opportunity to hear about Sycamore Energy and ask questions of their Chief Operating Officer and co-founder Alex Stuart, said Rob Clark CEO of the Moose Jaw and District Chamber of Commerce.

Manitoba based Sycamore Energy Inc recently announced they were establishing their Saskatchewan headquarters in the city bringing up to 25 new jobs within two years and having a direct and indirect economic impact of $1 million on the local economy. SEE RELATED New Employer Locating

“It’s a good opportunity to learn about Sycamore and their renewable energy solutions,” Clark said, adding “it will also be about the solar energy market and the opportunities which exist there and the payback when the energy goes into the grid through net metering.”

Although they have yet to announce their headquarter’s location Clark said Sycamore already has a sales person working out of the city for a number of weeks and is not only looking for a sales staff but has been out in the rural areas as well as First Nations with the opportunities renewable energy can provide.

The instllations Sycmore is looking for is not just in Moose Jaw but throughout the province with the work coming out of Moose Jaw, he said.

Clark spoke highly positively of the company.

“From the first day they called here they are community minded and wanted to get involved in the community. They are always out supporting community events,” Clark said.

For more information or to pre-register call the Chamber office at (306) 692-6414.

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