In this article, we will look at the 2023 decarbonization trends for data centers. We will focus on what leading data center companies are doing to eliminate indirect emissions from electricity consumption.
Accurate Scope 2 emissions reporting, is vital in the evolving business landscape. Challenges include credibility issues, resource-intensive data collection, rising costs, and manual errors. Mandatory 2024 reporting requirements from the EU and US add pressure. Overcoming challenges offers cost savings via streamlined processes, increased credibility with proof of Energy Attribute Certificates (EACs), and improved team performance. This data also boosts marketing potential, avoids greenwashing scrutiny, and attracts ESG investment.
Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) are becoming more popular, and continued growth in the market is expected. However, there are different options in the market that energy buyers need to be aware of. Learn about physical and virtual PPAs, their types and more.
Here is the first article of a seven-part series from our CEO, Simone Accornero, explaining our unique perspective in this engaging debate around corporate clean electricity procurement, energy certification, and carbon accounting.
Accurate Scope 2 emissions reporting is essential yet challenging. This article gives an overview, shares annual energy and carbon reporting insights, and addresses common questions and pitfalls.
Companies can use a variety of different types of energy monitoring software to monitor, manage, and report on energy usage. Here you have an updated benchmark.
In this article, we outline why reducing energy-related emissions with transparency and implementation of a carbon-aware energy strategy can help leadership teams achieve their business objectives and have a positive economic impact on their organizations.
This article focuses on the Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Protocol’s assessment of the need for additional guidance in Scope 2 emissions, specifically related to the market-based accounting methodology.
It’s time to debunk common energy myths and replace them with realities. Learn five misconceptions about clean energy.
There are many renewable energy purchasing options available on the market. As a corporation, learn what the options are, their benefits and drawbacks.
Find out an explanation about Power to X, which solutions are available and emerging around Power to X, and why this topic is relevant for the transition to carbon-free energy of the economy.
Why Are Green Telecommunications Necessary in the Fight Against Climate Change? Read about why telecommunications businesses are important in the battle against climate change, what they can do to help construct a cleaner future, and what energy related tools they may use to do so.
Have you ever wondered what to expect from the REDIII? The revisions to the Renewable Energy Directive II (RED II) aim to double the share of renewables by 2030. Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) and Guarantees of Origin (GOs) will also undergo significant changes that will aid in the development of these markets.
A green energy procurement strategy will help your corporation stay on track with transparent and ethical renewable energy reporting.
Blockchain acts as a digital notary which ensures and traces that the green hydrogen sourced by a company is produced with renewable energy.
COP26 made carbon prices skyrocket. This is a comprehensive article on Carbon Pricing methodologies, plus some advices for avoiding the risk related with increasing carbon prices.
Have you ever wondered if NFTs will also appear in the energy sector? Well, they are already here. Read our latest article to learn about how we are bringing the world's first NFTs to the renewable energy sector to accelerate the energy transition.
Our new web-based tool allows renewable energy buyers to quickly determine their CFEscore and where they’re on the journey to 24/7 CFE. In this article, learn why a CFEscore is important and how to start using the tool to calculate yours.
Classifying nuclear energy as a green energy source is a positive step for many. Others believe that the hazards of environmental or societal harm posed by nuclear accidents and radioactive waste outweigh the benefits.
Energy buyers are shifting away from the old and misleading ‘100% renewable’ claim towards a scientifically proven methodology to calculate the carbon footprint that everyone should adopt correctly.
Why implement a 24/7 Carbon-free Energy strategy? Why is it the choice for businesses committed to contributing to and achieving true decarbonization? What are the benefits for corporate energy buyers, providers, and society?