ENERGY RENOVATION OF BUILDINGS

June 30, 2018

The European Commission wants the EU to be leading in the clean energy transition. Therefore, the EU has committed to cut CO2 emissions by at least 40 per cent by 2030 while modernising the EU's economy and creating jobs and growth for European citizens. In doing so, the Commission is guided by three main goals: Putting energy efficiency first, achieving global leadership in renewable energies and providing a fair deal for consumers.

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EPC Technologies Pty Ltd

EPC (Energy Performance & Control) Technologies was founded in 2016 to provide smarter clean energy solutions for Australian business. Even though the name is new, the founding team of EPC Technologies possess over 50 years of experience designing and delivering commercial and utility-scale energy solutions throughout Australia.

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A Sustainable Vision For A Productive Future

whitePaper | 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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5 Trends for Renewable Energy Buyers in 2022 and Beyond

whitePaper | December 13, 2021

Enel Green Power’s guide offers unique insights for companies designing their sustainable energy procurement strategies. The guide responds to companies’ questions regarding near-term growth and developments in wind and solar. Readers will learn about: the rise of decarbonization and Scope 3 targets; increasing interest in environmental and social aspects of projects; supply chain, workforce and transmission challenges; demands for new solutions; the latest regulatory developments.

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Better Plants 2021 Progress Update

whitePaper | October 27, 2021

As of October 2021, more than 250 companies have partnered with DOE in the Better Plants Program and Challenge. The Better Plants 2021 Progress Update reports that, to date, partners have saved more than $9 billion dollars and 1.9 quadrillion Btus of energy. Over 60 partners have met their initial energy reduction goals, and many have gone on to set new goals with the U.S Department of Energy. In 2021, twenty new companies joined the program, seven Better Plants partners achieved their energy intensity reduction goals and three partners that previously achieved their energy-intensity reduction goals repledged with new goals.

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whitePaper | July 27, 2022

Activity is heating up in next-generation technologies, and renewable energy industry stakeholders are considering investments in them, which can eventually help to more confidently integrate variable renewables such as wind and solar into the electric grid. For an industry that has largely focused on solar and wind, private investment and pilot projects combined with federal research support could help expedite commercialization of emerging technologies such as green hydrogen, advanced batteries, and other forms of long-duration storage

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How to Unlock Hidden Value with Solar, Storage, and EV Charging

whitePaper | October 9, 2021

The power grid is changing and adding more renewable energy. To help in this transition, businesses can participate in grid programs that incentivize flexible energy use. In this eBook, find out: How businesses can earn revenue with assets like renewables, batteries, or even altered energy usage. What value streams are offered by grid operators and governments. Why combining multiple assets creates more value.

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Renewable Energy Price Risk Management at the Energy Exchange

whitePaper | February 28, 2020

With subsidy schemes being gradually phased out across Europe, renewable energy assets are entering the world of merchant risk management and energy trading. Whilst PPAs are one tool to set a baseline for prices that can be relied upon by developers and banks, there remains a price risk when exposed to wholesale market movements. For several decades, energy trading has primarily been the territory of utilities, trading houses and banks. Now, renewable energy project developers and offtakers exposed to wholesale prices must learn how to employ the financial products available to manage the risk exposure to variable prices.

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