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  • Embracing the Energy Unknown, pt. III

    Embracing the Energy Unknown, pt. III

    The first two parts of this series (here and here) looked at different ways companies and sectors are navigating the risk and opportunities technology presents. Now, it’s time for a glance toward...

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  • The Engine of Sustainability: Cummins Commits to Expanding US Wind Power

    The Engine of Sustainability: Cummins Commits to Expanding US Wind Power

    In late 2017, Cummins Inc., a global power leader, announced the next step in its commitment to advancing renewable energy, entering into a 75 megawatt (MW) virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA)...

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  • Embracing the Energy Unknown, pt. I

    Embracing the Energy Unknown, pt. I

    The world is more connected, responsive and dynamic than at any point in history; and few sectors are more exposed to the reality of innovation than energy...

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  • Centralized Savings: Clearing the Hurdles

    Centralized Savings: Clearing the Hurdles

    While energy management centralization offers many tangible benefits, this process is not always a simple task, especially for energy procurement. For companies large and small, there are likely...

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  • Embracing the Energy Unknown, pt. II

    Embracing the Energy Unknown, pt. II

    Part two of this three-part series examines two prominent examples where innovation radically reshaped the market and focuses on how an organization’s response can help dictate...

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  • Energy Market Watch: Thanksgiving Edition (November 2017)

    Energy Market Watch: Thanksgiving Edition (November 2017)

    It’s that time again. This month’s Market Watch is your digital cornucopia of news and notes on events that are sure to impact energy markets in November. It’s a full plate, as usual...

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  • Risk Strategies: The Real-Time Future

    Risk Strategies: The Real-Time Future

    Commodity markets in many deregulated states and countries have prices settle in increments as short as five-minute intervals. However, in most of these regions, the demand side participates in...

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  • Hurricane Harvey’s Impact on the Oil Market

    Hurricane Harvey’s Impact on the Oil Market

    Houston and the surrounding area comprise a critical piece of the global oil market in virtually all aspects. The areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey include offshore oil in the Gulf of Mexico...

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  • 4 Steps to Savings Through Energy Data

    4 Steps to Savings Through Energy Data

    To streamline energy buying and maximize savings, you need a granular understanding of your company’s portfolio and the markets. And a “granular understanding” requires having the right...

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  • Supplying the Sustainability Goods for BD

    Supplying the Sustainability Goods for BD

    BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company) recently recognized Schneider Electric as its 2016 Supplier of the Year for Sustainability for various services provided to the medical technology company — from...

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  • Energy Procurement: Hitting a Moving Target [Infographic]

    Energy Procurement: Hitting a Moving Target [Infographic]

    Partners and advisors play a vital role in the procurement ecosystem. Due to the nature and complexities of the various markets, organizations can call on energy experts to...

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  • No Sustainability and Energy Data, No Integrated Savings

    No Sustainability and Energy Data, No Integrated Savings

    Active Energy Management (AEM), the concept of taking an integrated approach to energy buying and management, and sustainable operations, is making waves. But many companies ask: “What’s the first...

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  • UK Capacity Market Interview

    UK Capacity Market Interview

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  • The Returns of Renewable Energy Investment

    The Returns of Renewable Energy Investment

    The Returns of Renewable Energy Investment Late 2016, the World Economic Forum published, “Renewable Infrastructure Investment Handbook: A Guide for Institutional Investors” — an 18-page manual...

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  • 4 Reasons Renewable Energy Still Relies on RECs

    4 Reasons Renewable Energy Still Relies on RECs

    Falling prices, technology advancements, competitive pressures, and ambitious climate action goals have helped drive the rapid growth of renewable energy worldwide, dramatically boosted by the...

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  • Activate an Efficient & Sustainable Future

    Activate an Efficient & Sustainable Future

    Companies are combining the strategy and management of how they buy and use energy with sustainability efforts- resulting in a more holistic view of their performance and new savings opportunities

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  • Executive Perspectives: UK Capacity Market

    Executive Perspectives: UK Capacity Market

    An interview with Anne-Soizic Ranchere, U.K. Director for Energy Pool, and Louise Wallis, Business Development Manager for Schneider Electric Energy & Sustainability Services. U.K. businesses...

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  • Expert Perspectives: (More) Global Energy Trends

    Expert Perspectives: (More) Global Energy Trends

    As the global energy landscape shifts, and shifts in rapid fashion, the effects can be felt across multiple departments and stakeholders in multiple geographies. Here’s an overview of the...

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  • Nuclear: The Challenging-Yet-Influential Member of the Energy Mix

    Nuclear: The Challenging-Yet-Influential Member of the Energy Mix

    The words “nuclear energy” tend to be polarizing. Many people immediately recall stories about the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster (2011), Chernobyl disaster (1986) or Three Mile Island...

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  • T-Mobile Goes Green with Renewable Energy

    T-Mobile Goes Green with Renewable Energy

    T-Mobile, a leading wireless services provider, recently announced that the magenta-hued company is going green with the largest wind power deal ever by a US wireless enterprise. The Un-carrier...

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