Lynda Clemmons, VP of sustainable solutions at NRG, on transformative energy generation

November 6, 2018 by  
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“Our customers want things to be simple. Everybody wants to meet their sustainability goals. They want to do the right thing … in a clean and green way,” said Lynda Clemmons, vice president of sustainable solutions at NRG Energy, the U.S.integrated power company. The company is working a new project called “Renewable Select” that combines generation and retail to bring the choice of renewables to customers who want it, but might not have as large a purchasing power as the Googles and the Microsofts, as Clemmons noted.

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Paul Stith, director of strategy and innovation at Black & Veatch, on the changing electrification ecosystem

November 6, 2018 by  
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Black & Veatch is a 104-year-old-company working on transportation, power, water and more “behind the scenes.” The long-time sustainability stalwart has focused on accelerating the low-carbon, high-power revolution, partnering with big names such as Tesla and Electrify America to maximize impact. 

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Stephanie Greene, director of clean transportation at PG&E, on the company’s role in EV engagement

November 6, 2018 by  
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As they say: with great power comes great responsibility.The investor-owned utility PG&E provides energy for one in 20 Americans — and they know about both. With that scale and scope, as well as determination to cut costs for customers by providing cheaper, cleaner energy, PG&E has created national programs to support customers in adopting these vehicles.

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How Energy Use Dwarfs the Power of Facebook and Twitter

December 21, 2010 by  
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Despite all the buzz these days about social networks, it’s easy to forget that they’re just part of the world’s largest business — energy — and that the Googles, Apples and Facebooks of the world are just starting to exploit the green potential of the energy network.

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CRO Awards Spotlight What’s Wrong with Awards

March 24, 2010 by  
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A list of the "best corporate citizens" that ignores the Googles, Timberlands and GEs of the world, but puts ExxonMobil, Chevron and Occidental in the top 100 must have something seriously amiss.

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