Energy Biosciences Institute says that sustained R&D is needed to make algae biofuels cost-competitive with fossil fuels.
Corporations crunch a lot of numbers on a lot of things but businesses, just like consumers, don’t have a very good grasp on energy spending.
Software start-up ENXSuite today is releasing an updated version of its energy management software, one of many companies trying to bring stricter accounting to costs related to natural resources, including water, waste, and greenhouse gas emissions.
ENXSuite, which has some 24 announced customers, competes with start-ups Hara Software, which launched last year, and C3, a still stealthy company with Tom Siebel and Condoleezza Rice on its board. Companies in more specialized areas, such as building management or demand response, are trying to bring better control over natural resources.
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A talk by the world’s first ever green ombudsman, a Hungarian called Dr Sandor Fulop.
Officially his title is the Hungarian Parliamentary Commissioner for Future
Generations which sounds beautifully sci-fi. His role is to scrutinise
legislation to ensure that it doesn’t damage the right of Hungarian citizens to
a healthy environment. Read More
The latest Carbon Disclosure Project aims to provide companies with improved data to allow them to reduce their carbon emissions. Read More
People who are looking to buy used cars could benefit from new certificates which will explain the carbon emissions and fuel efficiency of the vehicle.
CA next week will unveil an integrated sustainability suite designed to track carbon emissions, environmental assessments, metering, and compliance to policies in one dashboard. Read More
The Impact of the October changes to the Carbon Reduction Commitment and Energy Efficiency scheme came under the spotlight at a breakfast briefing in London this week. Read More