Toyota Partners with Pew On Energy Efficiency Research
With a three-year, $1.4 million grant from Toyota, the Pew Center on Global Climate Change will launch a new research project to document and educate best practices in corporate energy efficiency strategies.
The goal is to educate corporations on the most effective methods to reduce energy use and related greenhouse gas emissions. It will also address the market and internal barriers many corporations face in implementing these strategies.
A comprehensive report documenting best practices in energy efficiency strategies in company operations, supply chains, products and services will be featured in the project with data collected directly from companies in the Business Environmental Leadership Council.
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