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Energy Efficiency Job Creation: Real World Experiences describes programs, policies and business models that have led to regional increases in employment. Nissan North America is one of six profiles of real-world energy efficiency job creation in ACEEE’
Wednesday 17th October 2012 | Read full article
Effective energy management can help plants lower the energy cost per unit of product output, and provide a competitive edge during economic downturns, without cutting production levels, product quality or staff morale, reports Chemical Processing.
Monday 15th October 2012 | Read full article
Energy Management and Efficiency grow more attractive to commercial & industrial firms as cost-cutting options dwindle.
Saturday 13th October 2012 | Read full article
THE largest global corporations are already tackling potential future energy cost rises through top executive engagement and proactive energy strategies. These results come from a survey of $1b-plus global companies, for the Ernst & Young Global Annual C
Friday 14th September 2012 | Read full article
Tesco this week open the doors to the first of its Express supermarkets to feature a full-scale low-energy LED lighting deployment, a move the company said will yield a 30 per cent energy saving compared with similar stores.
Thursday 13th September 2012 | Read full article
More than ever, manufacturing companies rely on sustainability for value-driven and innovative solutions to reduce energy consumption and, in turn, operational expenses.
Thursday 13th September 2012 | Read full article
28 August 2012 —Office buildings rated by Green Star and NABERS energy four star and above continue to outperform low and unrated assets, Investment Property Databank Australia’s Property Investment Results for the financial year 2012 show.
Tuesday 4th September 2012 | Read full article
In Australia the top three drivers for building efficiency investments were 1) cost savings, 2) government or utility incentives and rebates, and 3) increasing asset value.
Monday 23rd July 2012 | Read full article
A REPORT from the Australian Industry Group (Ai Group) reveals that energy expenditure as a percentage of turnover increased 10 percent from 2008 to 2011 increasing demand for energy efficiency.
Tuesday 17th July 2012 | Read full article
Multiple long-term trends are reshaping the energy value chain. Corporate energy users are beginning the long journey from tactical to strategic energy management.
Sunday 15th July 2012 | Read full article
LIGHTING controls offer substantial savings on energy bills, particularly intelligent lighting controls, and the market is growing according to a new report from Pike Research.
Saturday 7th July 2012 | Read full article
CAN companies succeed where governments have failed to protect the environment? The question was repeatedly asked in Rio de Janeiro this week, at the UN’s vast three-day environment summit, which was due to end on June 22nd.
Saturday 23rd June 2012 | Read full article
The latest update to the IPD Green Property Investment Index for NABERS rated buildings has confirmed outperformance of higher rated buildings compared to the rest of the market.
Saturday 26th May 2012 | Read full article
How will the carbon tax affect your cost of living?
Monday 21st May 2012 | Read full article
2011 Carbon Disclosure Project S&P 500 finds that the majority of US companies are taking climate change action, despite absence of mandatory rules. For first time in CDP's ten year history, most US companies report: Increasing investor pressure, uncerta
Wednesday 21st September 2011 | Read full article
51 percent of firms reckon they are realising less than one third of the potential energy savings that would be the result of improving their buildings or processes, so reports BusinessGreen.com.
Tuesday 28th June 2011 | Read full article
THE IEA claim that global electricity shortages are “likely to continue” due to difficulties raising investments of $16.6 trillion to meet the estimated 2 percent annual growth in electrical demand.
Sunday 10th July 2011 | Read full article
THE British Council for Offices (BCO) have stated that businesses who want to improve their green credentials need to monitor their energy usage.
Tuesday 3rd May 2011 | Read full article
The mayors of 58 of the world’s largest cities have come together at the C40 Cities summit, in Sao Paulo, Brazil, over the past three days committed to tackling climate change through a common approach to reporting CO2 emissions.
Friday 3rd June 2011 | Read full article
The majority of Australia’s top chief executives say they are unprepared for the introduction of a price on carbon, and have rated their organisation five out of ten in readiness for future increases in electricity prices, despite making improvements.
Monday 7th March 2011 | Read full article
The Australian Industry Group is pushing for a greater focus on energy efficiency after producing a detailed report on energy costs in the Australian economy.
Sunday 20th February 2011 | Read full article
Commercial tenants are demanding office buildings that are energy efficient according to research from PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and the Urban Land Institute.
Thursday 10th February 2011 | Read full article
WHEN it comes to green investing and profiting from efforts to curb carbon emissions, stocks of companies that focus on energy efficiency offer better prospects than wind and solar power.
Wednesday 9th February 2011 | Read full article
When it will it dawn on policy makers that it might be a lot cheaper to consume energy more efficiently than to go on building billions of dollars of infrastructure that is hardly ever used?
Thursday 3rd February 2011 | Read full article
A public consultation paper on a new program to improve the energy efficiency of existing buildings has been released by Assistant Treasurer Bill Shorten and Parliamentary Secretary for Climate Change and Energy Efficiency, Mark Dreyfus.
Thursday 27th January 2011 | Read full article
CLIMATE change is a major issue for Australia, so claim the Gillard Labour government and they say they are determined to respond swiftly to move towards a low pollution, energy efficient future.
Monday 17th January 2011 | Read full article
BUSINESS face increasing financial, legislative and reputational risks associated with energy use, so warns a new white paper commissioned by utility giant npower from the London School of Economics (LSE).
Wednesday 17th November 2010 | Read full article
COP16, aims to cut $26 trillion energy costs by 2030, according to a new World Economic Forum report today, which was presented today at the Green Solutions Event at COP16, UN Climate Change Forum, in Cancun, Mexico
Sunday 5th December 2010 | Read full article