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Published 8 December, 2020
I got inspired by Sustainability Hub Norway’s seminar and their market study of 176 Norwegian corporations. Their annual report (State of Sustainability Norway 2020) reveals that the corporations face a huge knowledge gap and lack a holistic approach to sustainability. Read more …
Published 25 November, 2020
Various S&P Global Indexes indicate that investments in companies meeting sustainability criteria have given a better return than investments in companies not doing so. So far there has not been a common standard for ESG (Environmental, Social, Governance) reporting. New EU regulations will now give a standard for ESG reporting making it […] Read more …
Published 19 May, 2020
Transforming the power sector from fossil to renewable Europe has for more than a decade filled a leadership role in the global effort to curb climate change. The Paris climate accord from 2015 outlined a plan to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees. A roadmap established by the UN’s IPCC in 2018 included doubling the share of renewable […] Read more …
Published 11 April, 2020
Morten Thorsby is a 24-year old professional football player from Norway. He currently plays Serie A in Italy for UC Sampdoria and for the Norwegian national team. Read more …
Published 16 March, 2020
Corporate renewable PPAs (Power Purchase Agreements) are definitely on everyone’s lips these days. Almost weekly news of yet another multinational corporate signing a new PPA is published in mainstream media. Early on, PPAs were predominately happening in North America, but the last few years have seen the UK, the Nordics and recently […] Read more …
Published 2 December, 2019
Article by John Ravlo from ECOHZ The RE-Source conference in Amsterdam showed a growing interest from corporate buyers to source renewable electricity. The extra value of renewable energy sourcing is not quantified very well, but it has an impact on capital cost, employment attractiveness and brand values. Even in liberalised markets with […] Read more …
Published 27 May, 2019
Urgent action is needed to curb the worst effects of serious global heating. Doubling the global share of renewable power by 2030 is a key factor. All efforts and contributions are needed to reach this. Often overlooked, increased demand for renewables and the willingness to pay for it has now become a force to reckon with. Captured and […] Read more …
Published 11 June, 2018
The Talanoa Dialogue is a process set up by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). It aims to get a wide range of people and organisations to bring a fresh perspective on how to increase climate ambition as details on implementing the Paris Agreement are finalised. Our contribution will gather our clients – […] Read more …
Published 23 May, 2018
More and more multinationals are demanding access to clean power across all their global operations. And demanding it fast. This development is spurred on by a fast-growing group of stakeholders, investors, suppliers, customers and policy makers, making it look and behave more and more like an unstoppable tsunami. Being chased by the above […] Read more …