Category Archives: Carbon Neutral

Cleantech Group of 10

Recently the Cleantech Group, with the assistance of an advisory panel of corporate executives, sat down to decide upon the third annual Global Cleantech 100: the hundred “most promising and innovative” clean technology companies of 2011. The listed companies span

Cleantech Group of 10

Recently the Cleantech Group, with the assistance of an advisory panel of corporate executives, sat down to decide upon the third annual Global Cleantech 100: the hundred “most promising and innovative” clean technology companies of 2011. The listed companies span

Mitsubishi EV Earns Top EPA MPG Rank

By SCOTT DOGGETT November 18, 2011   The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has published its 2012 Fuel Economy Guide and taking top honors as the model year’s most fuel efficient vehicle is the 2012 Mitsubishi i electric vehicle (above) with an EPA-rated 112 miles per gallon

Mitsubishi EV Earns Top EPA MPG Rank

By SCOTT DOGGETT November 18, 2011   The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has published its 2012 Fuel Economy Guide and taking top honors as the model year’s most fuel efficient vehicle is the 2012 Mitsubishi i electric vehicle (above) with an EPA-rated 112 miles per gallon

The 7 Secrets of Successful Sustainability Consultants

By Leslie Guevarra The business of sustainability consulting is expected to reach $8.7 billion in the U.S. and $1.6 billion in the United Kingdom in just two years, and the expanding market poses two key questions for the supply and the

The 7 Secrets of Successful Sustainability Consultants

By Leslie Guevarra The business of sustainability consulting is expected to reach $8.7 billion in the U.S. and $1.6 billion in the United Kingdom in just two years, and the expanding market poses two key questions for the supply and the

Cap & Trade’s Failure Means It’s Time for a Carbon Tax

By Marc Gunther “I was a huge supporter of cap-and-trade,” saidWayne Leonard, the CEO of Entergy, a $11 billion utility company. “We developed enormously elegant solutions, but they couldn’t get done.” Taxing carbon emissions is the next best way to deal with

Cap & Trade’s Failure Means It’s Time for a Carbon Tax

By Marc Gunther “I was a huge supporter of cap-and-trade,” saidWayne Leonard, the CEO of Entergy, a $11 billion utility company. “We developed enormously elegant solutions, but they couldn’t get done.” Taxing carbon emissions is the next best way to deal with

3 New Developments in the Rapid Growth of Carbon Management Tools

By Christopher Mines The nascent market for enterprise carbon & energy management (ECEM) systems keeps perking. In Forrester’s recent survey of 2,700 business decision-makers in 13 countries, 8 percent reported that their company was currently using ECEM software, with another 5

3 New Developments in the Rapid Growth of Carbon Management Tools

By Christopher Mines The nascent market for enterprise carbon & energy management (ECEM) systems keeps perking. In Forrester’s recent survey of 2,700 business decision-makers in 13 countries, 8 percent reported that their company was currently using ECEM software, with another 5

Exclusive: Orbital solar power plants touted for energy needs

By Jim Wolf WASHINGTON | Sun Nov 13, 2011 8:18am EST (Reuters) – The sun’s abundant energy, if harvested in space, could provide a cost-effective way to meet global power needs in as little as 30 years with seed money from governments, according

Exclusive: Orbital solar power plants touted for energy needs

By Jim Wolf WASHINGTON | Sun Nov 13, 2011 8:18am EST (Reuters) – The sun’s abundant energy, if harvested in space, could provide a cost-effective way to meet global power needs in as little as 30 years with seed money from governments, according

Stacking Clean Energy Subsidies

Since 2009, extensive federal and state subsidies have been offered for solar power. An analysis by Booz & Company shows the ways in which government subsidies have turned one such project — NRG’s California Valley Solar Ranch — into an

Stacking Clean Energy Subsidies

Since 2009, extensive federal and state subsidies have been offered for solar power. An analysis by Booz & Company shows the ways in which government subsidies have turned one such project — NRG’s California Valley Solar Ranch — into an