Do you associate smart meters with higher energy bills? Would you if you were charged more for energy during peak hours? A Wall Street Journal article written by Rebecca Smith, entitled “What Utilities Have Learned From Smart-Meter Tests…”, explores the opportunities that smart meters are missing out on. Smith says that because smart meters send [...]
Archive for the ‘Commercial & Industrial Power Conservation’ Category
Last Saturday, March 27th was Earth Hour. At 8:30 pm countries around the world turned off their lights in celebration of energy conservation. Started in 2007 in Sydney, Australia, Earth Hour is now a global movement with more than 50 million people across 35 countries who participate every year to take a stand against climate [...]
Electrical energy costs are rising. The chart below shows when the average energy costs in each state are predicted to reach 15 cents per kWh. Rates are calculated assuming a 5% annual increase. Once expected power costs reach 15 cents, the states column is highlighted in green. The chart shows that by 2030, every state [...]
Victoria Kamsler from Greenfiniti speaks on how you can access additional ROI by monetizing your carbon assets and create revenue streams through your commercial energy conservation efforts. She notes that energy efficiency is one of the top three sectors for quick and easy carbon reductions.
John Grant, author of The Green Marketing Manifesto, discusses green marketing and corporate innovation. Source: EnvironmentalLeader.com