A report from Transparency Market Research finds that increased investment in infrastructure and compatible vehicles will boost the market.
Climate First Bank financed 2,578.48 kW of renewable energy, which is approximately 36,187.75 tons of CO2 emissions avoided over 25 years.
Silver Fern Farms has committed to a 1.5-degree science-aligned reduction target to reduce our combined Scope 1 and Scope 2 emissions by 42% by 2030, from a 2020 base year.
Liberty Mutual Insurance today announced its membership to the MIT Climate and Sustainability Consortium (MCSC), supporting the acceleration and implementation of large-scale, real-world solutions to address climate change.
Standard Solar and Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works in Maryland have begun work to develop a solar project providing clean energy to Bureau of Utility Operations facilities.
The global automotive sector will be inflated as automotive companies work to minimize CO2 emissions in the next 3–5 years, says Frost & Sullivan.
The World Economic Forum released a report tracking efforts and improvements that can be made in emissions-intensive sectors to help reach global climate goals.
The company is providing information on Scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions to all its energy customers.
More than $369 billion is earmarked for energy and climate programs under the new proposal.
The South Korean Conglomerate is putting $21 billion to clean energy projects.
From a 2016 baseline, it has vowed to reduce water intensity by 15%, carbon intensity by 30%, and waste-to-landfill by 45% by 2025.
Such a supply gap would have broader consequences across the global economy, disrupting supply chains for both energy transition and non-energy transition industries, the study says.