Strategy and Best Practices, Energy

The future is energy-efficient,the future is data-driven

May 19, 2022

The future is energy-efficient
By 2050, global energy usage is projected to increase by almost 50%
compared to 2020. This includes an increase in energy consumption in the
industrial sector.1
At the time of writing, in the first quarter of 2022, the
cost of energy – oil, gas and electricity – is particularly high, which has led
to significant extra energy costs for companies, and prices are expected to
increase.

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Grasshopper Solar

Grasshopper Solar is Canada’s largest fully-integrated solar energy company, focused on the acquisition, development, EPC and long-term ownership of solar projects. Founded in 2007, it currently has CAD $500 million in assets under operation and various stages of development in Canada, the US and Japan. Grasshopper Solar has been the recipient of multiple national industry awards including Solar Innovator of the Year, Project Finance Innovator of the Year and Solar Developer of the Year.

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Interim Hydrogen Roadmap

whitePaper | August 9, 2023

We need to do things differently if we are to avoid the impacts of climate change. To play our part in limiting global warming to 1.5°C, the Government has committed to reaching net zero for all greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

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Ecolabels and their role in mitigating climate change

whitePaper | October 11, 2022

The international type 1 ecolabelling schemes associated with the entire lifecycle of products and services had environmental and health attributes and has a significant role in mitigating climate change. Standards and criteria developed for ecolabels assist in setting the bar for manufactured products and services to limit greenhouse gas emissions and reduce climate change impacts. Climate change represents a continuing threat to humanity and the natural world. The current effects of anthropogenic climate change are far-reaching, from its effects on causing extreme weather to its impacts on natural ecosystems and human society

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Skills Development and Inclusivity for Clean Energy Transitions

whitePaper | September 22, 2022

Ongoing energy transitions and decarbonisation efforts are poised to bring profound shifts in the sector’s employment, including massive new opportunities for job creation in clean energy.

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The new energy landscape Impact on and implications for European ports

whitePaper | July 20, 2022

The energy transition is very high on the agenda of Europe’s ports. Being at the same time important economic players and mission driven entities, ports want to be a partner in decarbonising both port activities and the supply chain. Beyond that, ports can also contribute positively to a sustainable economy as clean energy hubs. While the core business of Europe’s ports remains to connect maritime and hinterland transport for goods and passengers in their function as crucial nodes in the supply chain, ports can play an instrumental role in Europe’s new energy landscape. Many ports have already taken concrete steps in that direction. Many others are exploring opportunities. The possibilities are very diverse, so are the ports

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

whitePaper | November 10, 2021

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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How is artificial intelligence advancing battery energy storagefor renewable plants?

whitePaper | July 22, 2022

The energy demands of the 21st century are changing. Traditional energy generation methods that rely on finite resources like fossil fuels are becoming increasingly expensive. In addition, they pollute and destabilize the environment. With more of this awareness, consumers are demanding clean energy at lower prices and increasing capacity.

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Spotlight

Grasshopper Solar

Grasshopper Solar is Canada’s largest fully-integrated solar energy company, focused on the acquisition, development, EPC and long-term ownership of solar projects. Founded in 2007, it currently has CAD $500 million in assets under operation and various stages of development in Canada, the US and Japan. Grasshopper Solar has been the recipient of multiple national industry awards including Solar Innovator of the Year, Project Finance Innovator of the Year and Solar Developer of the Year.

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