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Instruments ensuring that a corporation has 100% renewable energy consumption are now available in a fast growing number of countries across the globe. In this webinar The Economist will give a short presentation of their sustainability policy and why purchasing certificates for their global electricity consumption is a good option for them. ECOHZ will present solutions that are available […] Read more …
Stillingen innebærer å støtte salgsteamet som jobber med internasjonale bedriftskunder. Du vil være bindeledd mellom salgsteam, innkjøpsavdeling, produktansvarlig og marketing. Vi ser etter deg som trives med å skape oversikt og system i komplekse kundeløsninger, håndterer ulike type arbeidsoppgaver, evner å yte god service og ønsker å jobbe i et internasjonalt miljø. Arbeidssted: Oslo, Norge […] Read more …
“The development of Blockchain as a relevant IT technology is exciting, and may in time have the power to spur change and transition in the energy sector. With the promise of securely connecting energy consumers directly with power generators of all sizes, Blockchain easily creates enthusiasm,” says Tom Lindberg in ECOHZ.  One area where Blockchain […] Read more …
ECOHZ has written a «paper» on Blockchain, explaining its potential relevance to the new Renewable Directive (REDII) and its potential impact on a future GO system. The Guarantee of Origin (GO) is an instrument created to track and document renewable electricity and gas, and to allow households and businesses a real choice of power source. […] Read more …
EKOenergy is an international ecolabel for electricity. The ecolabel is a not-for-profit initiative owned by more than 40 environmental organisations from 30 countries. EKOenergy is an impact renewable energy product. 6 reasons why: 1 High environmental standard on power plants EKOenergy assures sustainable and nature-friendly energy. EKOenergy applies strict sustainability requirements to power production – choose between hydro, […] Read more …
The Renewables Good Practice (ReGP) Guidance Document has now been released. ReGP has been prepared by the secretariat of RECS International with the support of the internal Consumer Claim Standards Working Group organised by industry experts and global renewable energy market participants. “We clearly wish to distribute and use this document with our clients as we believe it […] Read more …
Article in RECHARGE 06 April 2018 The EU’s new Renewable Energy Directive could supercharge growing clean energy demand in Europe by making a Guarantee of Origin seal of approval mandatory, writes Tom Lindberg   Market statistics from the Association of Issuing Bodies (AIB) underline that demand for renewable energy continues to grow: European consumers and corporates are […] Read more …