In the United States, efforts are underway to facilitate a just energy transition that balances both environmental goals and social equity. Let’s take a brief look at what it means to enact a just transition, then explore what actions the United States is taking.
The world is progressing toward a net-zero future, and it is up to businesses to keep pace. Across the globe governments and regulatory bodies have enacted laws and regulations to both curb emissions and expand alternative energy sources.
While the momentum of energy transition slowed in 2022, experts at Deloitte observe that “drivers for renewable growth are some of the strongest the industry has seen, including competitive costs, supportive policies, and burgeoning demand.”
Choosing decarbonization tactics that are practical and attainable for your organization’s function and size is an important step. We’ll take a close look at six of the top decarbonization tactics so you can begin this process informed.
We’ve assembled a list of top energy transition podcasts that touch on a wide range of related topics, such as sustainable energy technology, policy news, economic impact, and global sustainability efforts.
The biggest risk a company can run is sticking to the status quo when it comes to sustainability. But making a commitment to low-carbon practices also carries challenges. By knowing them, you can mitigate them.
In February of this year, the United States published and committed to the “Strategy to Secure the Clean Energy Transition,” a whitepaper outlining the challenges and opportunities in the energy supply chain.