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You’ve Collected Your Energy Data. Now What?

June 15th, 2013, No Comments

By: Tiffany Richmond
Over the past several months you have been working hard to collect and input your portfolio’s historical energy data into one centralized database (ideally it’s in an online database) and setting up a process to track the data on a continuous basis. You’ve spent hours on the phone with utilities requesting utility invoices, [...]

Energy Data Collection | Where to Begin?

March 7th, 2013, No Comments

By: Tiffany Richmond
In order to respond to their energy and environmental challenges, organizations need to clearly understand their energy costs, identify areas for improvement in operational practices, reduce energy costs and environmental impact, develop a baseline to compare against industry benchmarks or future performance, and finally, to track and report their performance. These key initiatives [...]

U.S Department of Energy Runs Apps for Energy Contest

June 1st, 2012, No Comments

By: Jordan Hall
The Green Button is unleashing a new wave of innovation for energy management.  Green Button is the idea that electricity customers should have the ability to securely download easy to understand energy usage information from their utility or electricity supplier.  With this information, consumers can use a growing array of new web and smartphone [...]

Climate Change Continues to Impact Supply Chain Management

March 12th, 2012, 2 Comments

By: Jordan Hall
As climate change continues to have a large impact on business operations, reporting on greenhouse gas emissions has become a standard in major corporations throughout the world (1). In many business sectors, supply chain emissions from actions such as transportation, packaging and processing often surpass those arising from a company’s own operations (2). [...]

Canadian Securities Administrators Release Guidance on Environmental Reporting

November 5th, 2010, No Comments

By: Tom Routley and Tiffany Richmond
The Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) recently released additional guidance on continuous disclosure (CD) requirements for environmental matters, CSA Staff Notice 51-333 Environmental Reporting Guidance (Notice). The evolving regulatory landscape, increasing investor interest in environmental matters and the impact of environmental matters on the performance and operations of organizations have driven [...]