This paper discusses how retailers can use a sustainability and energy management strategy to create brand loyalty, increase margins, mitigate risk, reduce impact on the environment and maintain competitiveness
White paper explores every aspect of the use of electricity and its impact on the environment
High-Performance Computing applications are being used by businesses to analyse large amounts of data and are leading to lower energy costs a green data center offers
White Paper focuses on the Energy Act 2011 which contains provisions to make it unlawful from April 2018 (April 2015 in Scotland) to rent property that does not hit minimum energy efficiency standards.
International Solid Waste Association paper introduces an overview for decision makers who are considering investments in alternative thermal waste conversion technologies.
In 2012, as part of our public engagement and reporting on the Company’s contribution to society, GE sought to gain external insight on the role of technology in addressing sustainability challenges.
Ecological design is an art by which we aim to restore and maintain the wholeness of the entire fabric of life increasingly fragmented by specialization, scientific reductionism, and bureaucratic division.
Renewable sources play an important role in sustainable energy and contribute a growing share of the world’s energy. Renewables enhance energy security, reduce greenhouse gasses and protect the environment.
How to accelerate financial benefits from Corporate Sustainability Programmes: a Siemens and CA Technologies best practice guide. With the right sustainability and
carbon reporting software, accurate, consistent information can be available as frequently and in as much detail as the business wants.
Paper explains how to quantify the electricity savings of data centres and provides examples of methods that can greatly reduce electrical power consumption
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