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El compromiso de las empresas con la transición a las energías renovables está creciendo exponencialmente a medida que cada vez más compañías comprenden las oportunidades que ofrece la gestión de los costos energéticos, la reducción de las emisiones de carbono y el liderazgo climático para alcanzar objetivos de sostenibilidad más amplios.
China might now be one of the most challenging markets for procuring renewables… but there are growing opportunities for companies that know where to look and how to approach.
Here is an overview of some things to keep in mind when developing and executing your energy strategy.
MPower rolls out innovative solar solutions across sub-saharan Africa, which will now also include the generation of D-RECs for companies seeking to boost their renewable energy commitments.
A strong recovery from the global pandemic will hinge on reliable energy access, something that most of us in developed countries take for granted. Achieving universal energy access by 2030, as called for by Sustainable Development Goal 7 (SDG7), will require significant investment. The IEA estimates USD 45 billion needs to be disbursed each year between 2020 and 2030 if we’re to achieve SDG7 targets.
Environmental Finance spoke with Patrick Horka, our Head of Renewable Energy Solutions, about how the ‘big moment’ in renewable energy has arrived much faster than expected
Corporate investments into clean energy are rising. But isn’t relying on 100% green energy a risky business for companies? A new scheme launched by the Vietnamese government can offer businesses a smart way to power their operations with clean energy – while hedging against risk and ensuring long-term affordable electricity.
At the Petersberg Climate Dialogue in April, the IMF Managing Director, Kristalina Georgieva, was unequivocal about the need for a green recovery, which she described as a bridge towards a more resilient future.
When low income workers shift to using electric motorbikes, you know that something transformational is happening. This is the reality in Thailand now, thanks to a new brand called “CyFai”. CyFai is part of the clean EV revolution the SHIFT Asia program is championing.
Stakeholders are demanding that we #BuildBackBetter; in order to meet those demands, businesses are increasingly becoming part of a renewable recovery.
Ever wondered what it’s like to live in an off-grid community? Try switching off all your lights in your home and unplug everything. On second thought, don’t do that. It’s dangerous… And that’s the point.
While ASEAN member countries race to seize market share amidst the renewable energy boom in the region, Indonesia — as the biggest energy user — does not seem to realise what its missing.