A Sustainable Vision For A Productive Future

January 20, 2020

Few industries impact global economic livelihood, societal functioning, and quality of life as significantly as the energy industry. Few industries face as many challenges. A number of daunting factors are again leading many inside and outside the energy industry to embrace renewable energy as a solution—or, perhaps, more accurately—a critical piece of the solution. Renewable energy sources are making inroads in our national energy mix, and that progress is likely to continue. It’s not a matter of whether the renewable energy market will grow, it’s how fast and by how much.

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ReNu Energy Limited

ReNu Energy Limited (ASX: RNE) is a clean energy products and services company, delivering independent power solutions through the development of build, own, operate and maintain (BOOM) renewable energy projects in Australia. Headquartered in Brisbane, Queensland, ReNu Energy’s team has strong experience and capability in the renewable energy, utility and infrastructure sectors.

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Examining Supply-Side Options to Achieve 100% Clean Electricity by 2035

whitePaper | August 30, 2022

This study evaluates a variety of scenarios that achieve a 100% clean electricity system (defined as zero net greenhouse gas emissions) in 2035 that could put the United States on a path to economywide net-zero emissions by 2050. These scenarios focus primarily on the supply of clean electricity, including technical requirements, challenges, and benefit and cost implications. The study results highlight multiple pathways to 100% clean electricity in which benefits exceed costs. The study does not comprehensively evaluate all options to achieve 100% clean electricity, and it focuses largely on supply-side options.

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The Hydrogen Economy

whitePaper | October 10, 2022

Climate change and geopolitical turmoil require a radical transformation of today’s fossil fuelbased economy into a renewable energy system. Electricity generation from wind and solar is subject to strong daily and seasonal fluctuations. The potential to produce green electricity also varies greatly geographically. In this context, hydrogen provides an optimal solution for bridging the gap between the volatile generation and the need to supply green energy on-demand across all sectors.

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Green Innovations of Antennas

whitePaper | May 16, 2022

Energy saving has become one of the most discussed topics of green development. Antennas, especially passive antennas, do not directly consume DC or AC electric energy, leaving them easily overlooked when energy saving is discussed. However, as unique devices that convert between radio frequency (RF) energy and electromagnetic waves, antennas transmit the RF energy to mobile devices. The efficiency in which the antennas convert energy has a significant bearing on the power consumed by base stations

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Decarbonizing Supply Chains: Collaboration and Renewable Energy Strategies

whitePaper | May 10, 2021

With organizations increasingly focusing on becoming more sustainable, decarbonization of the corporate value chain is rapidly becoming a priority. However, understanding Scope 3 greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and developing a reduction strategy is not an easy journey. As a result, many companies are uncertain where to begin. This guide seeks to answer questions organizations may have. It focuses on supply chain emissions and discusses.

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Resilience for Sustainable, Inclusive Growth

whitePaper | May 4, 2022

Economies and societies are enduring several crises simultaneously, all of which have a major humanitarian impact and potentially long-lasting second- and third-order effects. Climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic, a very weak recovery and the danger of stagflation and now Russia’s invasion of Ukraine pose urgent questions of organizational resilience that cannot be addressed in isolation. These world-shaping events overlap in time, magnifying their impact. The current era is increasingly defined by the interplay of complex disruptions, with their disparate origins and longterm consequences. Institutions are not fully prepared for the new reality. Many react separately to each disruption in all-consuming responses. Before they can recover, the next crisis is at the door.

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Organic Photovoltaics – Truly Green Energy: “Ultra-Low Carbon Footprint”

whitePaper | March 30, 2020

The global warming effect is unequivocal, and solar energy will play a major role in the most important battle of the 21st century: enabling increased energy consumption while minimizing the impact on our environment. In order to achieve the climate protection targets as soon as possible, the environmental impacts must be quantified and should be effectively integrated into the competitive process. TÜV Rheinland (Germany) has certified the environmental impact of the solar film HeliaSol® to be below 16 kg CO2e/m² through a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA). The result is an ultra-low carbon footprint ranging from 15 up to 3 g CO2e/kWh depending on the solar irradiation of a location.

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ReNu Energy Limited

ReNu Energy Limited (ASX: RNE) is a clean energy products and services company, delivering independent power solutions through the development of build, own, operate and maintain (BOOM) renewable energy projects in Australia. Headquartered in Brisbane, Queensland, ReNu Energy’s team has strong experience and capability in the renewable energy, utility and infrastructure sectors.

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