ENERGY

Securing a Better Energy Future through the Power of Choice: Energy Solutions for Businesses and Communities

November 10, 2021

Better Energy Future
Today’s energy challenges have created an unprecedented risk landscape – extreme weather is stressing grid infrastructure and pressure is mounting for our electric system to get cleaner, faster. Fortunately, as this white paper from Bloom Energy explains, businesses and communities are now armed with the power of choice – distributed generation has completely shifted the energy paradigm, providing a clear path forward for those seeking to gain more control of their electricity supply.

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We apply innovative technology solutions for sustainability in the energy and environment sectors. We generate electricity from renewable resources, converting biomass into biofuels and producing drinking water from sea water.

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Enel X's Most Innovative Projects of 2021

whitePaper | January 10, 2022

From fleet electrification to energy storage, demand response to microgrids, and PPAs to ESG reporting, Enel X and its customers are on the front lines of change—change for the better. Each year we celebrate our clients’ triumphs in energy innovation, bringing you a snapshot of what is possible when skill, passion, teamwork and an exceptional portfolio of energy management solutions take on the most urgent challenge of our generation.

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Energy Company Obligations: Examples of delivering energy efficiency in Buildings and future trends

whitePaper | November 15, 2019

Today more than ever, there is an urgent need to scale up progress with energy efficiency. Energy efficiency is one of the pillars of a climate mitigation strategy1. It is also a critical element to meeting the global Sustainable Development Goals and to ensuring a cost-effective transition to a reliable, low-emitting energy system. At the same time, both states have increased their ambition to transition to low-emissions sources of energy, including increased ambition on renewable energy generation and energy efficiency. As a result, the programmes in New York and California have evolved to value the wider system benefits of energy efficiency, as described below.

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A Clean Fuels Policy for the Midwest

whitePaper | January 7, 2020

A nonpartisan, nonprofit organization, the Great Plains Institute (GPI) is transforming the energy system to benefit the economy and environment. Working across the US, we combine a unique consensus-building approach, expert knowledge, research and analysis, and local action to find and implement lasting solutions. Our work strengthens communities and provides greater economic opportunity through creation of higher paying jobs, expansion of the nation’s industrial base, and greater domestic energy independence while eliminating carbon emissions.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY OPTIONS FORINDUSTRIAL PROCESS HEAT

whitePaper | November 29, 2019

Australian Renewable Energy Agency (ARENA) to determine the potential opportunity for integrating renewable energy into industrial process heat applications in Australia. This report documents the analysis undertaken by ITP in conjunction with Pitt&Sherry, the Institute for Sustainable Futures, Sustainability Advice Team and Beyond Zero Emissions. It highlights technology options for renewable process heat applications across Australian industries and provides indicative cost estimates for renewable energy compared with fossil energy.

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100% RENEWABLE ENERGY FOR COSTA RICA

whitePaper | December 11, 2019

The Institute for Sustainable Futures (ISF) was established by the University of Technology Sydney in 1996 to work with industry, government, and the community to develop sustainable futures through research and consultancy. Our mission is to create change towards establishing sustainable futures that protect and enhance the environment, human well-being, and social equity. We use an inter-disciplinary approach to our work and engage our partner organisations in a collaborative process that emphasises strategic decision-making.

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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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Abengoa

We apply innovative technology solutions for sustainability in the energy and environment sectors. We generate electricity from renewable resources, converting biomass into biofuels and producing drinking water from sea water.

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