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What is Energy’s Role in your ESG Strategy?

2022-09-28T11:08:41-07:00September 28th, 2022|

Consumer and capital market pressure are driving most companies to develop Environmental, Social, & Governance (ESG) strategies. Within the Environmental side of ESG, energy plays a critical role in decarbonization. Impacts are measured across three categories of emissions: Scope 1 = greenhouse gas emissions resulting directly from business operations.

Inflation Reduction or Energy Transition Firepower?

2022-09-22T17:51:46-07:00September 22nd, 2022|

Yesterday the Inflation Reduction Act was signed into law and President Biden and his team will now travel across the country to highlight how the bill will help Americans. The long-time-coming Bill is a slimmed-down version of the previously proposed Build Back Better Legislation, with the intent to lower prescription drug costs, support the

Web3 and the Future of the Energy Sector (Article 1)

2022-09-22T17:51:46-07:00September 22nd, 2022|

The Web3 revolution is well underway, with technology, businesses and consumers alike exploring or actively moving towards a more decentralized world. But the energy sector has been slow to catch on - stuck in Web1 mode, where we passively consume energy from a utility without any control over where it comes from, how clean

Greenwashing or Doing it Right?

2022-09-22T17:51:45-07:00September 22nd, 2022|

Businesses around the world are coming under increasing pressure to reduce their emissions. Most have initially gone for the "easy button" and purchased carbon offsets. Oftentimes, I don't think this is with ill will as the challenge is complex. That said, the practice of carbon offset purchases and marketing "net zero" is coming under

Web3 & the Future of the Energy Sector – Article 3. The Monopolistic Web1 Utility Energy Model

2022-09-22T17:51:44-07:00September 22nd, 2022|

There are many parallels between Web1 and the utility-based energy sector. Both Web1 and today’s electrical utilities provided functional, stable and reliable services to society. In this blog, we will explore the similarities between Web1 and the increasing challenges associated with a “Web1” energy solution. Physical Design Of The Utility

Renewable Energy Certificates

2022-08-17T12:26:39-07:00August 12th, 2022|

What are Renewable Energy Credits or RECs? Technical definition: renewable energy certificates (RECs) are a tradeable, market-based instrument that represents the legal property rights to the “renewable-ness”—or all non-power attributes—of renewable electricity generation. A REC can be sold separately from the actual electricity (kilowatt-hour, or kWh). In simple terms,

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