Incentives to Use Less Energy

Incentives to Use Less Energy

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Incentives to Use Less #Energy by @TaigaCompany
Monday, April 12, 2010 - 12:49pm


 With global eco awareness expanding on climate issues, it is not a surprise to many that the fastest growth in CO2 levels has occurred in the last 10 years.  Studies indicate that electricity generation and consumption is the largest contributor and is increasing faster than any other energy sector.  However, efforts to manage electricity show the slowest decline in emissions progress. 

According to this publication by the International Energy Agency:
•    82% of energy production comes from fossil fuels
•    83% of the worlds emissions come from energy production
•    94% of energy production emissions are CO2
With climate change legislation and policy discussions on-going, the business world is actively evaluating the impacts to industries as a whole and to individual company  performance.   As a result, companies across the country and around the globe are developing business sustainability strategies to reduce their ecological footprint as part of internal environmental policies or a corporate sustainability plan. 



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