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Texas, Oklahoma to Benefit from Carbon Rules, Study Finds

While Texas and Oklahoma have protested the EPA’s proposed carbon standards for existing power plants, they would be among the states to benefit most economically, according to a study by the Center for Strategic and International Studies and the Rhodium Group, the New York Times reports. The standard would cut coal demand, but create significant new demand for Read More »

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July 16, 2014

Energy Efficiency Q&A with AT&T’s John Schinter

AT&T realized more than $191 million in energy savings from 2010 to 2013 by implementing more than 18,000 energy efficiency projects. Environment Energy Pro spoke Read More...

July 10, 2014

ISO 14001 Q&A

The ISO has just released the Draft International Standard ISO 14001:2015, a proposed overhaul to the widely used environmental management standard. EnvironmentEnergyPRO spoke with Martin Read More...

June 24, 2014

Supreme Court GHG Ruling Q&A

On Monday the Supreme Court ruled mostly in favor of the EPA’s regulatory regime for greenhouse gas emissions from new and modified stationary sources. But Read More...

June 19, 2014

SolarCity Acquisition Q&A

Solar installation powerhouse SolarCity this week announced plans to buy panel manufacturer Silevo for at least $200 million. EnvironmentEnergyPro spoke to Frost & Sullivan's Pramod Read More...

June 12, 2014

Renewable Energy Q&A with Unilever’s Jessica Sobel

Last month Unilever announced that it was working on an overhaul of its US renewable energy strategy in partnership with NRG Energy. We spoke with Read More...

Guides See All
Reports covering virtually every major environmental or energy management technology or issue, as well as corporate goals and progress briefs, updated as new research and data becomes available.

Refrigeration Guide

Updated July 18, 2014. Refrigerants’ contribution to climate change can be significant. Grocery stores, convenience stores, drugstores, food service companies, food and drink manufacturers, medical Read More...

On-Site Solar Power Guide

Updated July 3, 2014. The solar power industry is changing rapidly. Swiftly falling prices have improved the technology’s value for commercial users. Many vendors have Read More...

Cooling and Process Water Guide

Updated May 29, 2014. Companies are under numerous pressures to reduce their water consumption. In this report we focus on the environmental impacts of water Read More...

Sustainability Reporting Guide

Updated May 23, 2014. Sustainability reports are designed to communicate an organization’s performance on environmental and social issues to investors, employees, customers, the media and other Read More...

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July 24, 2014

Transportation Electrification: Utilities Leading the Charge

An Edison Electric Institute white paper on the electric power industry’s effort to accelerate the expansion of electric transportation in commercial and retail markets, beginning Read More...

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Penn. DEP Performance in Monitoring Shale Gas Water Impacts

A Special Performance Audit by the Pennsylvania Auditor General, into the Department of Environmental Protection's performance in monitoring potential impacts to water quality from shale Read More...

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July 23, 2014

Bonds and Climate Change

In the past year, however, labelled green bonds have entered the spotlight with $11bn issued in 2013 (over three times the issuance of any year Read More...

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Protecting the Monopoly

Unbranded or independent stations are roughly four to six times more likely to offer E85 and 40 times more likely to offer E15 than stations Read More...