Morgan Stanley Switches 600 Branches To Energy-Efficient Lighting

Morgan Stanley Switches 600 Branches To Energy-Efficient Lighting

Morgan Stanley is collaborating with GE’s energy-focused startup Current to upgrade lighting at more than 600 retail branches. The companies say they expect the program to reduce lighting-related energy consumption by as much as 50% in some branches.

Shipping Industry Agrees To Historic Global Emissions Cut

Shipping Industry Agrees To Historic Global Emissions Cut

International Maritime Organization member nations agreed to reduce total annual global shipping greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50% by 2050 compared to 2008 levels.

American Corporate Renewable Energy Procurement Exploding, BRC Reports

American Corporate Renewable Energy Procurement Exploding, BRC Reports

Corporate renewable energy procurement has grown and diversified rapidly in the past decade, the Business Renewables Center reported in a new State of the Market Update published this week.

Viking Line Adds Wind Power To Passenger Ship, Cutting Fuel Consumption

Viking Line Adds Wind Power To Passenger Ship, Cutting Fuel Consumption

In a World’s first, Viking Line equipped its passenger ship Viking Grace with a rotor sail for wind power. The rotor sail developed by Finnish company Norsepower is expected to cut fuel consumption and also reduce carbon dioxide emissions by as much as 900 metric tons annually.

Intel Sees New Business Opportunities as Distributed Energy Loads Grow

Intel Sees New Business Opportunities as Distributed Energy Loads Grow

Intel Corporation sees new business opportunities in growing distributed energy loads that require more computation capabilities.

Norwegian Shipowners Push for 50% Global Shipping Emissions Cut by 2050

Norwegian Shipowners Push for 50% Global Shipping Emissions Cut by 2050

The global shipping industry should set a goal to cut greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2050, the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association and government officials say.

Texas Commercial Building’s Solar Roof Saves Owners $1.25 million

Texas Commercial Building’s Solar Roof Saves Owners $1.25 million

A new rooftop solar array for the Northtown Professional Plaza in Laredo, Texas, is expected to offset 43% of the building’s energy needs, saving the owners $1.25 million over the system’s lifetime.

5 Product Brands Top Energy Star’s 2018 Partner of the Year List

5 Product Brands Top Energy Star’s 2018 Partner of the Year List

The 2018 Energy Star list of award winners for outstanding achievements in energy efficiency includes five product brand owners for Partner of the Year. Another 13 Partner of the Year product companies received recognition for sustained excellence.

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