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The Energy Crisis

July 12, 2022

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As we experience an energy crisis that is fueling inflation with severe impact on households and businesses all over Europe and forcing factories to curtail their production or even to shut down, citizens are asked to reduce their energy consumption while governments scramble to secure alternative fuel sources. These, however, are only short-term measures, and there is no doubt that this winter will prove taxing for many.

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ELM Companies

ELM Companies is a technology based team providing compliance products and services to various sectors including utilities, manufacturing, construction, hospitality and health safety. Starting with our 25-year commitment to excellence in the Damage Prevention industry, ELM has created technology offerings in the form of our LaunchPointTM Logistics and FieldSightTM Monitoring & Control Systems. Together, these IoT platforms provide real time decision-making capabilities by leveraging ever-advancing Artificial Intelligence (AI) protocols as well as powerful connected control through robust computing capabilities at the Edge of the Cloud where the work is being done and compliance must be demonstrated.

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NORTH CAROLINA: LEADING THE CHARGE TO A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE

whitePaper | December 31, 2022

North Carolina leads the United States in taking bold steps to address climate change and rising energy costs. Over the last two decades, the state has enacted a series of legislative, executive and regulatory actions to propel the state toward a clean energy future. These actions laid the foundation for landmark bipartisan climate legislation passed in 2021 known as House Bill 951 (HB 951) which requires North Carolina utilities to reach carbon neutrality by 2050. Simultaneously, North Carolina has invested heavily in diversifying its energy resource mix to include increased amounts of renewable energy sources. These investments have enabled North Carolina businesses to meet their sustainability goals while benefiting from some of the lowest energy costs in the country.

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FUTURE OF SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC

whitePaper | November 26, 2019

The decarbonisation of the energy sector and the reduction of carbon emissions to limit climate change are at the heart of the international renewable energy agency (IRENA) energy transformation roadmaps. These roadmaps examine and provide an ambitious, yet technically and economically feasible, pathway for the deployment of low-carbon technology towards a sustainable and clean energy future

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Clean Power Generation

whitePaper | December 30, 2019

As a critical infrastructure developer, owner, and operator of power generation facilities in North America and Europe, this utility markets a wide range of clean energy products from a portfolio of natural gasfueled, solar, and wind energy generation projects. With over 6,600 MW of utility-scale renewable and natural gas-fueled power generation facilities globally, this utility prides itself on being North America’s largest independent wind power generation company.

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Getting airborne – the need to realize the benefits of airborne wind energy for net zero

whitePaper | September 20, 2022

Airborne wind energy (AWE) is wind 2.0 – a game-changing solution accessing the large untapped wind resource potential at heights above those accessed by established wind technology. It enables more energy to be extracted at lower carbon intensity and eventually at lower cost. Europe and other areas in the world need to access all viable natural resources they can, and AWE, alongside established wind technology, should be considered as one of the key solutions to our energy decarbonisation challenge.

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Control Valve Solutions for Cleaner Hydrogen Energy

whitePaper | December 15, 2022

Hydrogen is the most abundant element on earth and is seen as the fuel of the future as it does not emit carbon dioxide. The hydrogen industry is experiencing tremendous growth with governments and private organizations investing their time and efforts in developing new technologies to produce and use hydrogen in power generation, transporation, and as feedstock in refineries and petrochemical plants.

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Unearthing Opportunity: Uranium Miners and the Global Clean Energy Transition

whitePaper | April 1, 2022

The clean energy transition means shifting electricity production away from sources that release significant greenhouse gases, such as fossil fuels, to those that release minimal greenhouse gases. Nuclear power, hydro, wind and solar are the primary clean energy sources. Around two-thirds of the world’s electricity still comes from burning fossil fuels. In order to progress toward climate goals, particularly those outlined in the Paris Agreement, at least 80% of energy production will need to shift to low-carbon sources.

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Spotlight

ELM Companies

ELM Companies is a technology based team providing compliance products and services to various sectors including utilities, manufacturing, construction, hospitality and health safety. Starting with our 25-year commitment to excellence in the Damage Prevention industry, ELM has created technology offerings in the form of our LaunchPointTM Logistics and FieldSightTM Monitoring & Control Systems. Together, these IoT platforms provide real time decision-making capabilities by leveraging ever-advancing Artificial Intelligence (AI) protocols as well as powerful connected control through robust computing capabilities at the Edge of the Cloud where the work is being done and compliance must be demonstrated.

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