FY 2016 Federal Agency Use of Renewable Electric Energy

January 9, 2018

12.4% of Total Electricity Use 6,888,182 MWh 55,394,520 MWh. Here's How Federal Agencies Achieved 12 4% Renewable Electric Energy Use, Agency Shares of Total DoO21.2% . On-Site Renewable Energy Progress.

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Women in Cleantech and Sustainability

Women in Cleantech and Sustainability (WCS) also has a LinkedIn group page (type our full name in the search box at top to pull up our group as well). WCS fosters an influential network of professionals to further the roles of women in growing the green economy and making a positive impact on the environment. At many cleantech and sustainability events finding more than a handful of women can be difficult. WC&S brings women together for fun networking and education around the most cutting edge topics in our industry.

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What does it mean to electrify everything?

Infographic | January 30, 2020

As electricity continuously gets “cleaner,” homeowners, businesses, and local governments should be ready to utilize it. From living off the grid to electrifying your home, there are many innovative ways to live a more sustainable life.

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Solar Cells: How Solar Panels Work

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Solar energy is an important and popular form of renewable energy that could help our communities move away from non-renewable resources like coal and other fossil fuels.

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WIND IS READY TO DELIVER EUROPE’S GREEN DEAL

Infographic | February 26, 2020

The European Union is committed to becoming the first climate neutral continent by 2050. This will require a transformation of our energy system which accounts for more than 75% of our greenhouse gas emissions.

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The new energy era’s

Infographic | December 13, 2019

The world is rapidly shifting to renewable energy technologies. Battery minerals are set to become the new oil, with lithium-ion battery supply chains becoming the new pipelines. The U.S. economy ground to a halt when gas prices soared during the 1973 oil crisis—altering consumer behavior and energy policy for generations. In the aftermath of the crisis, the government imposed national speed limits to conserve oil, and also demanded cheaper, smaller and more fuel-efficient cars.

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Supporting Your Energy Journey

Infographic | January 19, 2022

The need to decarbonize has become a priority for organizations around the world. While some businesses have already set targets to lower their carbon footprint and become more sustainable, others have yet to begin this journey. In this white paper, Shell Energy charts the path to decarbonization solutions.

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THE CLIMATE FOOTPRINT PROJECT

Infographic | January 21, 2020

States and regions are key to tackling climate change and have set themselves ambitious targets states and regions are important climate actors and their position means they have the power to make key decisions in policy areas such as: state and regional governments are at the frontline of cutting emissions to meet regional and national targets. To meet these targets, state and regional governments need to be equipped to measure and record their emissions in regional greenhouse gas inventories.

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Women in Cleantech and Sustainability

Women in Cleantech and Sustainability (WCS) also has a LinkedIn group page (type our full name in the search box at top to pull up our group as well). WCS fosters an influential network of professionals to further the roles of women in growing the green economy and making a positive impact on the environment. At many cleantech and sustainability events finding more than a handful of women can be difficult. WC&S brings women together for fun networking and education around the most cutting edge topics in our industry.

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