As regulators and consumers appeal for enterprises to adopt fleets that cut emissions of the greenhouse gases that cause climate change and make our world more breathable, those pressed to do so grapple with whether the considerable investment makes financial sense or inflicts the least financial pains.
From food safety and regulatory compliance to packaging and supply chain logistics, the food and beverage industry is constantly hunting for solutions that balance profitability and sustainability. With market share increasingly on the line – particularly for large consumer goods companies – food and beverage companies are being squeezed to analyze every cost.
Data Center operators and businesses need predictability in their power supplies. Their infrastructure has to operate regardless of grid stability, weather conditions and other factors that threaten their systems.
With start-up electric vehicle (EV) manufacturers and even old guard automakers announcing ambitious plans to develop zero-emissions medium- and heavy-duty vehicles, the transportation industry is on the brink of a major transformation.
While “going green” has been viewed as a reasonably sound business practice for years, since the January 1, 2016 release of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it’s become clear that the focus on corporate sustainability has increased dramatically. Coincidentally, this shift is also underway as new levels of automation and information technology (IT) integration influence business capital spending.