Colin Neagle

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Colin is a marketing manager for Enel X North America and editor-in-chief of the EnergySMART blog.


Talking Service and Career with EnerNOC's Veterans

In honor of Veteran's Day, see what two of Enel X's veterans have to say about applying lessons from military life to a career in the energy world.

COP 22: How Enterprises are Preparing for Climate Change Regulations

As the COP 22 conference kicks off this week, it's time for businesses to prepare for the financial impact of climate change-focused regulations and policies.

3 Signs Energy Data Is Becoming a Competitive Advantage

See how these proactive companies are using energy data to capitalize on opportunities to drive revenue.

Why the SEC is Concerned About How Businesses Prepare for Climate Change

As climate change-focused regulations continue to emerge, the SEC is stepping in to ensure businesses account for the financial impact.

The Untapped Value of Energy as a Keystone Metric

What is a "keystone metric," and how can your business use the concept to drive value from your energy resources?

Paris Climate Change Agreement Will Officially Enter Into Force: What Businesses Need to Know

With the Paris Agreement to limit the effects of climate change set to enter into force, here's a look at what businesses can expect.

Are Your Sustainability Efforts Helping or Hurting Your Business?

A recent Harvard Business School study explores what can happen to businesses that are unable to choose the right sustainability efforts.

VERGE 2016: Why the C-Suite Needs to Get Proactive About Energy Strategy

At the 2016 VERGE conference, experts from Enel X and PwC will discuss the factors that are driving businesses to get proactive about energy strategy.

Avoid These Costly Industrial Energy Management Mistakes

An expert lays out some of the common mistakes in industrial energy management practices, and what your business can do to avoid them.

How Much Will Your Business Spend on Energy This Labor Day?

Businesses waste a massive amount of money on energy running vacant buildings during holidays. Don't let your organization be one of them.