Posts Tagged ‘Energy’

Every company is an energy company?

posted by Tara Knight

I just read a really fantastic article by one of our clients, Deloitte.

The essay was written for Forbes by Nick Main (Deloitte’s Global Managing Director for Sustainability & Climate Change Services) and Dr. Joseph Stanislaw (an Independent Senior Advisor to Deloitte’s Energy & Sustainability practice) about corporate energy use and the need for a strategy to manage energy use.

Here’s a teaser, if you would like to read the full article, click the link below to go right to the Forbes blog to read the full post.

Every company is an energy company
Every company is an energy company. And if it isn’t, it will be soon. A decade from now, a company without an energy and sustainability department could be as unusual as one without a human resources department.  Or, it might be out of business.
Read the full article here: Every company is an energy company (on Forbes blog)

CR in U.S. Starts with an Eye on Washington

posted by Andrew Cuneo

It’s tough for consumers and businesses to know where to turn when it comes to reducing their carbon emissions. Energy has come to the forefront of the conversation here in Washington D.C. and while there are seemingly endless source options, which ones are the cleanest? To practice corporate responsibility effectively, businesses must keep a watchful eye on where the nation goes for energy and which technologies they should use.  My recent blog posting on H&K DC tech blog, Tech & The District, provides a more in-depth look at the discussions being held here in DC and around the United States.