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18 February 2014

Smart technologies that help enterprises cut carbon and costsp

Growth and sustainability aren’t always associated. As enterprises and economies grow, so too do demands for energy. However, things are changing and thanks to ever more sophisticated mobile technologies, the two goals of growth and sustainability are becoming less disparate, says Christèle Delbé, group head of sustainability, Vodafone.

14 February 2014

Partnerships to drive evolution in the energy technology sector in 2014p

The energy and resource innovation sector is poised to continue its upward trajectory in 2014 as companies position themselves to capitalise on improving market sentiment and sector fundamentals.

15 January 2014

Why 2014 is a good time to be in the lighting control businessp

Network based lighting controls have failed to gain much traction over the last 5 years despite the benefits that they can deliver for improving operating costs and reducing CO2 emissions. So why will the influx of LED lighting into the commercial building market open up new opportunities for controls?

25 November 2013

Energy innovation requires an ecosystem that ties global firms with SMEs

Of all the companies in the world with a value of more than $10bn, only 14 have sustained high 'innovation premium' rankings consistently since 1995, according to research undertaken by Hal Gregersen, professor of innovation and leadership at INSEAD. Yet innovation is the driver of corporate growth and the key to unlocking greater value.

21 November 2013

Rise in renewables opens door to range of market risksp

As the merits of different types of power generation continue to be influenced by government regulation and volatile fuel prices, companies are finding themselves exposed to complex new risks.

19 November 2013

‘Vast’ renewable energy financing challenge hampered by lack of climate framework clarityp

The financing challenge is vast but the current lack of climate framework clarity is leading to short-term investment decisions to satisfy current demand trends. 'Drastic action' is needed from policymakers and industry to make concerted efforts to align and reduce the policy risk of energy investments.

19 November 2013

Governments must create stable markets for energy investmentp

The UK and Germany are currently in stalemate when it comes to the renewable energy industry, with politics hampering clear strategy, prolonging uncertainty and deterring investment in the space, according to E&Y.

18 November 2013

Polish climate regulation under the spotlight as COP19 comes to townp

Most of the EU climate and energy directives have not been transposed into Polish law in a timely manner, meaning the objectives of these directives are ‘significantly compromised’, according to a new report, Black Paper. The implementation of the energy and climate law in Poland.

18 November 2013

Putting the consumer at the heart of ‘Energy 3.0’

The energy sector has reached an important crossroads, with emerging technologies and services sparking a new phase in the evolution of energy management and consumption.

8 November 2013

Market drivers force India’s solar energy takeup

The Indian solar market has undergone a gradual transition from policy-based demand to market-based demand thanks to issues such as the increase in commercial buildings, the emerging grid parity in commercial and industrial sectors, the rising diesel backup cost, and power deficits in southern Indian states.

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