Princeton University’s Zero Lab report



Giacomo has an academic background in civil and environmental engineering (MSc) and is always at the forefront when it comes to environmental initiatives and clean energy. Giacomo blends his technical knowledge with a strong passion for marketing which he developed during his professional career.
August 22, 2022
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A growing number of companies, universities, municipalities, and individuals have opted to purchase enough renewable energy to match 100% of their annual consumption of electricity (100% annual matching). Many are members of RE100, an organisation focused on this approach.

However, the new and upcoming approach to renewable energy procurement is known by most as 24/7 carbon-free energy (CFE). This topic continues to attract interest from energy stakeholders globally due to its huge potential to fully decarbonise our energy systems.

Princeton University’s ZERO Lab has recently released an extensive new analysis that investigates the grid system impact of 24/7 CFE procurement. They call this ‘the next frontier in clean energy procurement’.

Source: Princeton University

Read the new report here, and to see how your business can embark on its 24/7 CFE journey, watch this video of our CCO and co-founder Joan Collell explaining how FlexiDAO’s software solutions are helping companies to reduce their carbon emissions. Or why not try our free demo.


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