Views from the top: How Toyota North America is stepping up to a global net zero emissions challenge
In this Smart Energy Decisions exclusive, Robin Haugen, general manager of Toyota North America's plant and environmental engineering group, discusses how she and her team are working toward the global company's 2050 Global Environmental Challenge, which aims to completely remove CO2 emissions from its operations.
Green bond funds help Digital Realty hit energy goals
As the use of green bonds continues to increase among U.S. corporations, Digital Realty in 2016 became one of the first REITs, and the first data center REIT, to successfully complete an issuance. Proceeds have since been used to help fund nine projects across four countries.
Storage sees record Q2 helped by C&I deployments
The second quarter of 2017 marked a record in the energy storage space, bolstered by a spike, led by deployments in California and New York, in the nonresidential market, which includes commercial and industrial installations.
Overheard at Climate Week NYC: 'Why wouldn't you set a 100% renewable energy target?'
Energy and sustainability executives from Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, General Motors, RE100 and Edison Energy on Sept. 20 uniformly predicted a continued acceleration of corporations turning to renewable energy to power their operations.
At Intel, an 'all of the above' approach to clean energy
Talk of an "all of the above" energy policy has been a common refrain among politicians and utility executives for some time. At Intel Corp., however, it has become the unspoken philosophy to adapting to climate change.
Bose announces 2020 goal to cut energy use 6%
In its first-ever public sustainability report, audio equipment manufacturer Bose Corp. outlined how its efforts to bring together its carbon reduction, renewable energy and energy efficiency goals into a broader environmental management system has prepared it for the future.