How The Energy As A Service (EaaS) Business Model Works

When you partner with an energy as a service company, its expertise is applied to your business specifically. Your EaaS partner delves into all aspects of your current energy supply and management practices and, combining that information with their knowledge of the industry, finds ways to save money.

Morningstar and TÜV Rheinland

In the solar industry, standards and regulations change quickly, with new standards emerging at a rapid pace. Morningstar has been using multiple compliance service providers, but struggled to find one that aligned with all their specific needs.

Solar Light Systems Provide Crucial Light Sources in Remote Oil Fields

EcoSol Energy Systems a leading energy, water and sustainability consulting headquartered Dubai, United Arab Emirates was tapped to develop a lighting system to keep the oil fields running safely and efficiently.

Superfund Project Restores an Ecosystem

The Superfund Redevelopment Initiative helps communities reclaim and reuse contaminated land for a wide range of purposes including the generation of sustainable renewable energy. That is the case with the Elizabeth Mine Superfund Project.

What Can Solar Panel Installers Do Amidst Decreasing Prices?

As a solar panel installer, what can you take of this decreasing price of solar panels? Would it do your business good or not-so-good? How can your business adapt to this decreasing price of solar panels (that shows no sign of slowing down anytime soon)?

Are We All Driving Teslas Now?

The current trials and tribulations faced by the motor sector have been well documented and it's perhaps here where the real reasons for the Model 3's impressive August SMMT figures lie.

How Energy Deregulation Works For You

Innovative online brokerage platform Power Kiosk is opening up the benefits of the deregulated energy industry to consumers and brokers alike.

How to Build a Business Case for a Smart Energy Solution

We've reached the point where the question should be when and not if companies should start looking into optimizing their energy consumption. However, an alarmingly small amount have begun to make the change.

Laws Helping to Tackle Carbon Emissions

As of June 27th, 2019, the UK government became the first major economy in the world to draft legislation pinpointing an end date to carbon emissions.

Should You Buy or Lease Solar Panels?

Leasing is primarily cheaper in the short run and more expensive in the long run. The down payment is either very small or non-existent. And if you do decide to lease, you'll be in good company: more than 70% of those who installed solar panels in 2014 did so through leasing

From Cleantech to Green Growth

To remain relevant for their members, cleantech clusters need to evolve and they need to do it soon. They can either choose to use their network-building expertise to help emerging technologies or change their core activities to meet the new demands of the market.

3 Trends Influencing Energy Storage Systems Market Over 2019-2025

Deployment of large-scale clean energy systems will be bolstered by innovative advances in technology aimed to enhance efficiency and performance of batteries.

Hiring Trends to Know If You Want a Job in Alternative Energy

Due to lowering technology costs, public and private investments, and ethical pressure, the demand for green energy and corresponding jobs is rapidly increasing.

EY Survey Finds Us Consumers, Businesses Expect Massive Energy Transition in Next Decade

"Across the US, energy consumers are caught between two desires: protecting the environment while keeping energy costs in check," said Mitch Fane, US Energy Market Leader, Ernst & Young LLP.

Sustainable, Conscious Capitalism: The Way Forward

Adopting conscious capitalism does not mean that you can't pursue profit. Rather, it focuses on profiting while considering the interests of all stakeholders (even the ones that can't speak for themselves, like the environment).

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