Decarbonized, distributed and digital — building for a new energy future

June 27, 2018 by  
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The future of the grid is increasingly becoming decarbonized, distributed and digital. Utility and energy executives from California, Australia and Hawaii share what they are doing to meet their aggressive clean energy goals, lessons learned so far, and what’s ahead.

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Red State, Blue State: Cross Party Lessons from Energy Commissioners

October 2, 2017 by  
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Two very different perspectives  an energy commissioner in Georgia (red state) and the head of the energy commission in California (blue state) discuss their lessons learned as their respective states (and local communities) transition to a cleaner energy future.

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Blast from a VERGE past: An astronaut’s sustainability lessons

September 19, 2016 by  
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NASA’s pioneering space effort is working with the private sector to develop sustainable technologies that enable long-distance space travelers to make what they need — from food and water to building supplies — from locally acquired raw materials. On the mainstage at VERGE 2015, NASA astronaut Cady Coleman and Jason Crusan of NASA’s Advanced Exploration Systems (AES) Division spoke about the sustainability lessons learned from NASA’s tests on the International Space Station.

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Bilateral Opportunities: Impacts of Hawaii’s Energy Policy and Deployment for Japan

July 7, 2016 by  
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With high penetrations of rooftop solar and constrained power grids, Hawaii and Japan have a lot in common. Energy executives from both geographies share their lessons learned and how they collaborate to create smarter grids.

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Aligning Local Needs with Clean Energy Action

July 7, 2016 by  
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For Honolulu, with its many shoreline communities, climate change is not academic. For its mayor, this requires urgent action. To begin, local government must lower its energy costs in the face of other budget demands such as critical infrastructure like sewers and rail, and collective bargaining agreements. It also requires integrating climate adaptation into infrastructure and planning, transit-oriented development, innovative energy- and grid-management strategies and other new design approaches that support climate adaptation and resilience.

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Top Considerations When Evaluating, Choosing and Deploying EHS, Carbon and Water Tracking Software

June 26, 2012 by  
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  In this hour-long webcast you’ll learn best practices and lessons learned from experienced EHS and compliance professionals from ArcelorMittal and FujiFilm on managing successful software projects involving EHS and water and carbon tracking. You’ll receive actionable advice for your own project that will help you avoid common pitfalls and traps that can derail your deployment and implementation. 

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The 7 lessons learned from 24 million EV miles

May 1, 2012 by  
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After evaluating 24 million miles of electric-vehicle driving, the EV Project has learned some lessons that could have huge implications for EVs' success. Here's what we know now.

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10 Things to Know About Engaging Suppliers for Green Programs

October 8, 2010 by  
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Walmart, Procter & Gamble and PG&E have undertaken widely publicized efforts to measure and improve the environmental performance of their supply chains. Here are 10 lessons learned from these leaders, as well as from the World Environment Center, whose "Greening the Supply Chain" project includes work with Shanghai General Motors.

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10 Things to Know About Engaging Suppliers for Green Programs

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