The program will start in specific markets with a focus on suppliers, with the intention of expanding globally where energy markets and interest aligns in the future.
The E+E 100 are the VPs, directors, managers and engineers who are making significant strides in driving our industry. Watch for the report featuring all 100 at the end of June, or see the complete list here. And stay tuned for the Call for Submissions coming in the fall, when ... Read more »
Todd Brady, global public affairs and sustainability director for Intel, leads corporate-wide sustainability initiatives. “We’ve been working on this for 20-plus years and did the easy stuff a long time ago,” he told us last fall. Here’s a quick look at what Brady does, along with an update on the company’s projects.
Intel Corporation sees new business opportunities in growing distributed energy loads that require more computation capabilities.
The tax bill just reconciled by the US House and US Senate keeps the traditional benefits afforded all energy forms, including oil and gas as well as wind and solar.
The US House voted overwhelmingly to fund the clean up of browsfield sites until 2022. But critics say that the $200 million annual allocation is not nearly enough to help clean up polluted industrial sites.
The federal tax bill now pending in the US Congress would favor oil and gas development over renewable energy projects, all to the consternation of hi-tech companies that now rely on wind and solar energies to power their businesses.
"...The generation source is very dirty coal and the back-up generation is diesel. The reliability is poor and the environmental impact is severe, while the electricity grid rates are fairly high. We identified a solution using on-site fuel cells that would make incredible improvement in all deficient areas. Although there was no presence of
Intel says it will "restore" 100% of its global water use by 2025; the strategy begins with funding for two projects in Arizona and Utah aimed at
Todd Brady, Intel’s global public affairs and sustainability director, discusses managing water for high-tech operations.
The Northeast is proposing to increase its greenhouse gas reduction goals by 30% from 2020 levels. The effect on business? Analysts say it is improving grid reliability and wholesale prices.
With the collapse of the president's American Manufacturing Council, manufacturers have collectively made a statement that the value of their brands is far more important that proximity to policymaking at the highest levels.