Recent headlines brought news that many readers couldn’t quite grasp: the price of oil had gone negative. In wholesale electricity markets, negative power prices are a somewhat common occurrence. Learn why this happens and how it often benefits storage owners.
A large number of businesses have been either shutdown or have drastically reduced on-site operations due to Covid-19, and as a result the energy consumption of these businesses has changed dramatically.
As businesses work to take stock of what’s happened and what’s to come, this post includes two considerations to help in your energy planning.
The Emissions and Generation Resource Integrated Database (eGRID), published every two years by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is the most commonly accepted dataset for emissions factors in the United States. The EPA recently released its 2020 eGRID updates, reflecting changes in emissions factors through 2018.
In this post, you'll learn more about this important moment for companies that already track their greenhouse gas emissions, and for those that are looking to start tracking.
Learn why more and more investment firms, including the largest in the world, believe that a focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) and increased sustainability will in fact improve your financial valuation.