Electric Cycles Help Reduce Carbon Footprint for Miami Deliveries

This article was published on smartenergydecisions.com on May 19, 2020. DHL Express expects to reduce their carbon footprint by 101,000 kg of CO2e annually by rolling out the use of four new low-power electric-assist e-Cargo Cycles for the execution of their deliveries across Miami. The international shipping provider partnered with REEF Technology to source the […]

Ammonia Heat Pump Reduces Carbon Footprint for Irish Dairy

This article was originally published on ammonia21.com on 3/24/20. An ammonia (NH3) heat pump installed last year by Aurivo, Ireland’s second largest milk producer, has increased processing capacity by 80% while cutting its CO2 emissions by 80% by improving efficiency and downgrading oil-burning boilers. The heat pump, from GEA, is installed at the company’s Killygordon site, […]

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Hook & Ladder Plans to Build Two Seemingly Identical Buildings

Look-alike apartment buildings in northeast Minneapolis showcase new ideas in energy efficiency Star Tribune, November 27, 2017 At first glance a pair of side-by-side apartment buildings slated to be built on an industrial site in northeast Minneapolis look nearly identical. They are not. One building will be built to conventional construction specifications. The other will […]

The Worldbeing Wristband Could Revolutionize Carbon Tracking

Amanda Gassé for Zondits, January 11, 2015. Image credit: Layer Design Wearable technology has taken a big step into 2016 by integrating the Internet of Things with each individual’s environmental consciousness. London designer Benjamin Hubert partnered with Carbon Trust to produce Worldbeing, a Fitbit-like wearable that can track an individual’s carbon footprint. While Worldbeing is […]

Don’t Take Airplanes, Eat Less Beef, and Live Like a Sardine

A New Carbon Footprint Calculator Measures Your Impact on the Environment Gita Subramony for Zondits, December 17, 2015. Image credit: Rl As the Paris Climate Talks conclude this week, carbon emissions have been getting a lot of coverage in the media. But beyond the national policies and international agreements, individuals can make a considerable difference. The […]

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LADWP Selects Brillio to Implement Smart Grid Pilot Program

Brillio Selected To Implement Smart Grid Pilot Program For Los Angeles Department Of Water And Power Virtual Strategy, September 22, 2015. Image credit: MichaelGaida Brillio, a global technology consulting, software, and business solutions company, today announced it has been selected by the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) to execute a strategic Smart Grid […]