Caterpillar announces their investment in Lithos Energy Inc., indicating a commitment to furthering battery pack development and manufacturing.
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From waste management disruptions to logistics nightmares, from employees unable to get to work to outright closures, Hurricane Harvey’s floodwaters batter businesses.
A new product, the JORA cutoff wall pack, is now on the market for owners of buildings requiring wildlife-friendly lighting. The LED product, manufactured by Access Fixtures, emits amber-colored light above 560 nanometers, which is required for some buildings in wildlife areas, such as sea turtle nesting regions in coastal Florida communities. The state developed […]
Hurricane Harvey is the first major hurricane (Category 3 or higher) to hit the US since 2005. The storm has claimed 10 lives, caused millions in property damage and has cut power to hundreds of businesses, with far-reaching economical affects. As of yesterday, there were still 280,000 without power in the coastal and Houston areas […]
The European Council has proposed reducing energy efficiency targets from 1.5% per year to less than half of that. In 2016, the European Commission published its “Clean Energy for All” package with an emphasis on energy and the Energy Efficiency Directive (EED), which is projected to deliver energy savings of 30% by 2030. Article 7 […]
Carol Dollard Energy Engineer – Colorado State University Website: http://www.colostate.edu Please tell us your job responsibilities and day-to-day activities. As an engineer in a Facilities Department at a large public university, we have new challenges almost daily. We can be working to obtain more renewable electricity of the university one day, to implementing energy efficiency […]
Royal Yacht Brokers, a yacht advisory company, has announced it is the first brokerage company to present eco-friendly full solar-powered luxury yachts, which reduce carbon emission while raising the issue of damaging environmental effects on maritime transportations.
Pernod Ricard’s VP of global sustainability Vanessa Wright and group environmental manager Carine Christophe share how the global wine and spirits company is working toward circularity.
Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company is investing €15 million ($16.54 million) in KeelClip paperboard packaging to replace shrink-wrap plastic on multipack cans in Europe.
As CSO, she has the privilege of working with ADEQ staff to solve the hardest environmental problems in Arizona – Known, Ongoing, and Unauthorized Impact sites.
Not all climate actions result in immediate emission reductions. Emission reporting standards do not address this, so a company could take credit for a reduction that may have no climate impact for years to come. This has serious implications for how we address climate change through consumer choices and corporate actions.
Major organizations representing the American waste and recycling industry have put their support behind a new bipartisan bill that would provide $500 million in federal funding for recycling infrastructure.
Bridgestone Americas says they are scaling up the use of recovered carbon black in the tire market with longtime partner Delta-Energy Group, a Natchez, Mississippi-based developer of technology to recover chemicals from end-of-life tires.
JFK Airport is on track for a new onsite solar plus storage installation. The Port Authority, which operates the airport, awarded the project this week to SunPower Corporation and Goldman Sachs Renewable Power Group.
Tucson Electric Power (TEP) is running energy efficiency upgrades aimed at increasing efficiency and lowering costs to more than 24 schools in its Arizona service area, according to the company. The press release says that the project is run through the TEP Schools Energy Efficiency Pilot Program. It was approved in February by the Corporation Commission (ACC). […]
The Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Boothbay, Maine, has undertaken a five-year building project that will feature advanced energy and water efficiency. On the energy front, the facility will build a new visitor center to LEED Platinum net-zero standards, according to the Press Herald. High performance insulation, HVAC and lighting will be used. Light harvesting […]
What does one of the country’s biggest coal-burning utilities plan to invest in more and more? Renewable energy. That’s what American Electric Power says, noting that it will be increasing capital investment in its core operations over the next three years.
Toshiba has shipped a 25-megawatt turbine that will be used in the world’s first supercritical oxy-combustion CO2 power cycle generation system that will capture and sequester CO2.
Companies worldwide have started to make good on promises to eliminate forest destruction from their supply chains, according to two new reports. But progress is too gradual, they warn.
Ameresco has completed a 16-megawatt landfill-gas-to-energy project in Illinois.