March 6, 2020 - By Scott Wood, EDF Climate Corps
If a company is serious about hitting its climate goals and achieving business success, they need to look to their people. In this column from Scott Wood, director of EDF Climate Corps, explains that sustainability may be core to a company’s strategy, but it also needs to be core to their culture in order to attract and retain passionate talent.
Industrial - February 19, 2020
Shiloh Industries announced Feb. 18 that they are continuing toward their goal of carbon neutrality with the addition of two facilities using 100% certified renewable electrical energy in Europe.
Sourcing Renewables - February 18, 2020
Shell is expanding its investment in renewable energy through a multi-year power offtake deal that will make possible the construction of a 100 MW battery story project in England – the biggest in Europe to date.
Sourcing Renewables - February 5, 2020
Daimler, the German auto manufacturing corporation that includes Mercedes-Benz, will have 100% of its demand for its German production sites covered with a combination of solar, wind and hydroelectric power.
Sourcing Renewables - January 6, 2020
As we look forward to the next Smart Energy Decisions event, the 2020 Innovation Summit in Houston, March 9-11, let’s look back at one of our signature events from 2019, the 4th Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, which brought together large electric power users from commercial, industrial, institutional and government sectors, along with suppliers and utilities, all united in the goal to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy.
GHG Emissions - January 3, 2020 - By Amna Khan, Ceres
As we welcome the new decade, the devastating impacts of our warming world are more present than ever and the need to reduce greenhouse emissions has never been more urgent. This column from Ceres details the progress being made by companies across a variety of sectors who are pledging to reduce emissions and increase renewable energy sourcing.