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by Amy Baxter | Sep 26, 2023
The deal enables Microsoft to match Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) data center load with clean power provided by ENGIE.
by Amy Baxter | Sep 8, 2023
The deal also represents one of the first “bankable” CO2 removal projects, according to the company, enabling Heirloom to finance future direct air capture facilities.
by Marisa Higgins | Aug 16, 2023
The work will help fuel planes from British Airways, Aer Lingus, Iberia, and Vueling, operating from London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports.
by Amy Baxter | Jul 6, 2023
The tech giant outlined two trends as carbon removal continues to grow rapidly.
by Marisa Higgins | Jul 3, 2023
Hourly carbon free energy matching is enabled by software technology designed to help users achieve sustainability targets by matching power demands with regional renewable sources.
by Marisa Higgins | Jun 19, 2023
The tool adheres to new ESG reporting standards to help businesses and organizations keep on top of growing need for up-to-date data especially with growing regulatory demands.
by Marisa Higgins | May 17, 2023
The company’s commitment to purchasing millions of metric tons of carbon removal demonstrates its dedication to carbon negativity and its support for scalable carbon removal technologies.
by Jessica Hunt | Jan 4, 2023
Stakeholders can utilize the report’s insights into the competitive environment, which will help them strengthen their companies’ positions and develop effective go-to-market strategies.