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Do you want to build great solutions for a leading company within renewable energy? ECOHZ is seeking an IT-architect to lead the development of its global platform for sale and procurement of renewable energy certificates. Your role as the Lead Solution Architect will be to own ECOHZ’s tech initiatives and making the best decisions regarding […] Read more …
ECOHZ invites to webinar 2: Structuring a Net Zero Supply Chain program with Natural Capital Partners as co-speaker ECOHZ, with the participation of Natural Capital Partners, builds on the success of the first Net Zero Supply Chain webinar; How to achieve Net Zero in the Supply Chain, with a second webinar in our series of […] Read more …
On 12 June ECOHZ will present the latest developments in the market for renewable electricity. Focus will be on customer needs, products and solutions available in the market, political issues, price development and predictions for the future. The webinar will be relevant for electricity suppliers working on B2B and B2C sales, especially personnel involved in […] Read more …
This article was first published by Energi og Klima Unsubsidized solar power, energy-smart homes and communities, greening of corporations, and zero-emission hydrogen – Europe may well reemerge as a global powerhouse in the era of the solar-centric energy system. Reading and digesting my notes from the Solar Power Summit held in Brussel March 6 and 7, an amazing […] Read more …
Many industries today keep their potential for greener business models unexplored and continue on their business-as-usual journey. For the telecommunications sector with its wide network of stations this is an opportunity foregone, argues Dr Thomas Hillig, founder of the renewable energy consultancy firm THEnergy. What differentiates the telecommunications sector with regard to renewable energy sourcing […] Read more …
ECOHZ invites to webinar with Natural Capital Partners as co-speaker Thousands of companies act and are switching to renewables for their own electricity consumption. Recognising that emissions located in the supply chain are on average 4 times as high as those from direct operations, supply chain focus is increasing. We invite you to a webinar […] Read more …
These are times of much conflicting news and media inputs. The status on the world’s progress on climate change has been no exception. However, the latest IPCC report is crystal clear; despite the numerous different initiatives leading up to the Paris Agreement, and many more following, our current progress on climate change is not sufficient […] Read more …
Norway is almost exclusively powered by renewable energy, but increasing demand and discontinuation of Swedish nuclear power means that 60 TWh of new production is required in the Nordics by 2040. It may sound surprising that infrastructure projects in Norway lack financing. This is nevertheless the case. Small scale hydropower plants, typically developed and operated […] Read more …
Through a new partnership with Iberdrola, an industry leader in the global clean energy economy, Nike will begin sourcing 100 percent renewable energy in Europe. Along with previously-launched partnerships between Nike and Avangrid (a subsidiary of Iberdrola) in North America, this new power purchase agreement will enable Nike to reach 75 percent renewable energy globally. […] Read more …
“For the first time renewable energy demand in Europe surpasses 500 TWh – or half a billion Guarantees of Origin (GOs),” says Tom Lindberg, Managing Director in ECOHZ, commenting on 2018 statistics from the Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB). If the growth trend from the last five years continues, the GO-market will soon surpass one billion Euro,” […] Read more …
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