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, energy providers, and society? In this article, we answer these important questions.
Energy buyers are shifting away from the old and often misleading ‘100% renewable’ claim, towards a scientifically proven methodology to properly calculate carbon footprint that everyone should adopt. Learn what a 24/7 CFE strategy is and why it's the future of corporate procurement of clean energy.
Emissionality versus 24/7 CFE? That may not be the right approach. Here is the first article of a seven-part series from our CEO, Simone Accornero, that explains our unique point of view in this engaging debate around corporate clean electricity procurement, energy certification, and carbon accounting.
For many, the classification of nuclear energy as a green energy source is a positive step. Others believe that the hazards of environmental or societal harm posed by nuclear accidents and radioactive waste outweigh the benefits. We'll look at both sides of the argument and explore if nuclear power could provide a short-term answer for a stable source of baseline, low-carbon electricity.
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.
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.
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.
The Science-Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) is one of the leading platforms for setting globally recognised emission targets; read our article to learn what targets are aligned with the initiative, how to set a Science-Based Target, and why monitoring is critical to achieving your SBTs.
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.
It may come as a surprise, but 100% Renewable Energy does not mean that no CO2 was emitted. So, when today's corporate giants claim to be 100% renewable, are they really? In some measure yes, but technically, no. The truth is more complicated, of course. But in the end, the semantics really don't matter.
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.
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.
Discover what are the main differences between "net-zero carbon" and "carbon-neutral" and the relation with the energy sector.
In this article, we discuss the latest energy management solutions for sustainable data centers. We share our experience gained working with Microsoft & other firms.
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.
Find out the outline made by our team about the key changes the Renewable Energy Directive II received.
Read about one of the risks that corporates are missing in long-term PPAs and which are the steps to make to avoid it.
Scope 3 emissions reporting is an important topic and is a challenge for sustainability managers. Learn the issues around Scope 3 transparency and how they can be overcome.
Whether reporting is mandatory or voluntary, energy data must be accurate and reliable. Once it's in the public domain, there's no turning back, and inaccurate data can harm a company's reputation, turn off investors, and result in a loss of trust.
EnergyTag, FlexiDAO, CertiQ and ENECO present a pilot project for 24/7 clean energy implementation at scale
Blockchain acts as a digital notary which ensures and traces that the green hydrogen sourced by a company is produced with renewable energy.
Reporting Scope 2 Emissions can be complex for many companies. Learn the basics of Scope 2 emissions and what to consider in your carbon reporting.
Corporate Power Purchase Agreements (PPA’s) 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. In this article, we discuss two common options – the Physical and Virtual PPA agreement.
There are many renewable energy purchasing options available on the market. As a corporation, learn what the options are, their benefits and drawbacks.
It’s time to debunk common energy myths and replace them with realities. Learn five misconceptions about clean energy.
The role of an Energy Procurement Manager is becoming more diverse and complex. We discuss how getting energy data directly from the source of production can help an Energy Procurement Manager achieve their goals.
Corporate sustainability reporting is now an annual requirement for most businesses. This has naturally led to an increase in annual operating costs to collect and audit data, and creating the reports. In this article, we dig deeper into each process to find where real cost savings can be made.
The pandemic has given us an opportunity to take a step back and rethink our response to climate change. Governments are now putting more weight behind the green transition. We discuss some emerging trends in corporate energy and sustainability with expert insight from the team at FlexiDAO.
A corporate sustainability report is vital. If you can effectively report on your renewable energy, then you can ensure a smoother alignment with the ongoing green energy transition.
Companies have several methods to procure green energy; however, each method has its advantages and disadvantages. A common method is through purchasing renewable energy certificates
A green energy procurement strategy will help your corporation stay on track with transparent and ethical renewable energy reporting.
With the energy transition well underway, disruptive technologies such as blockchain might hold the key to effectively tracking carbon emissions across the supply chain
Our team at Flexidao liked the idea of blockchain, and it’s ability to decentralize ownership and management. We liked the idea of being in control of our data, and we thought the concept was revolutionary. Our primary focus was first on microgrid management enabled by blockchain.
Energy Attribute Certificates (EACs) verify production and prove consumption of renewable energy. However, they're limited in terms of information exchange. Energy traceability softwares can help solve these challenges.
Companies have several options to source renewable energy, but not all renewable energy is equally green. Sustainability leadership is now betting on additionality, proximity and emissionality.
What remained after the hype? What are the present challenges and opportunities of the present crisis? How would the future landscape look like?
Sustainability is becoming a key factor to influence stock prices, interest rates and access to capital. This article explains the role of voluntary non-financial disclosure to access capital
Energy system runs on data, and to make the transition towards a truly smart grid with blockchain, we need to find a way to connect the meter data with the blockchain.
The following article looks at Guarantee of Origin - the current European certification mechanism for renewable energy -, analyzing its current strengths and limitations. Why is time so important when dealing with electricity?