Episode 149: ‘Thoughtful’ carbon policy, Home Depot thinks circular, Royal Caribbean floats new energy strategy

November 16, 2018 by  
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Plus, what’s the difference between energy efficiency and energy productivity? The Climate Group recharges its EP100 campaign.

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Episode 149: ‘Thoughtful’ carbon policy, Home Depot thinks circular, Royal Caribbean floats new energy strategy

Quote for Sept. 17, 2010: Steve Howard, CEO, The Climate Group

September 17, 2010 by  
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"There are always those that doubt that we, as humans, are capable of achieving swift and monumental change. But history tells us we excel in it." — Steve Howard, founder and CEO of  The Climate Group .

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Green:Net: How the Internet, Computing Can Fight Climate Change

April 12, 2010 by  
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The Internet, software, computing and networks can fight climate change and will be a source for green technology innovation. That’s the premise behind Earth2Tech and GigaOM’s second annual Green:Net event , which will be held on April 29 in San Francisco and will feature speakers including California gubernatorial candidate Jerry Brown , investors Vinod Khosla , Steve Jurvetson and Bill Gross , Google’s Green Energy Czar Bill Weihl , California Public Utility Commissioner Dian Grueneich and execs from GM, Nissan, Ford, IBM, Cisco, Microsoft and Greenpeace. Don’t miss out on this chance to check out some of the leading movers and shakers in the field of green tech – register today ! REGISTER FOR GREEN:NET 2010 > According to the Climate Group , information technology can reduce carbon emissions by 15 percent across various sectors via the smart grid (networked power grid), connected cars and smarter transportation, more intelligent buildings and dematerialization (replacing atoms with bits).

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GM Invests $8 Million to Double the Size of their Battery Lab

April 12, 2010 by  
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GM announced today that they will be doubling the size of their electric battery testing lab with an investment of $8 million . The Global Battery Systems Lab — which is the largest automotive battery testing facility in the US — will balloon from 30,000 square feet to 63,000 square feet. The cash will go toward building a new structure as well as repurposing areas for battery development that were previously used for engine testing.

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