The highly anticipated 2nd Net Zero Food & Beverage Forum: Energy Efficiency and Decarbonization is set to take place on February 1-2, 2024 in Berlin, Germany. This premier two-day event will convene over 100 senior decision-makers. They will represent leading food and beverage manufacturers, suppliers, technology innovators, and industry associations. Decarbonization has become an urgent […]
With rising stakeholder activism and disruption impacting the business landscape, corporate sustainability continues its upward strategic trajectory into 2024 and beyond. Nowhere is this transition more pressing than in food and beverage. It is an industry facing immense regulatory, supply chain, and consumer pressures. This is to curb its environmental footprint amid ballooning population needs. Yet […]
The food and beverage industry has an enormous impact on the environment. It accounts for around 30% of global energy usage. With growing populations and demand putting pressure on natural resources, companies must overhaul production practices. As a result, it can curb emissions. Solutions exist across ingredients, processing, packaging, and transportation. These can chart a […]
The climate crisis poses an existential threat to economies and communities globally. With rising temperatures, extreme weather events, and subsequent disruptions, decarbonization has become pivotal for future-proofing businesses. Although the focus has been on reducing scope 1 and 2 emissions so far, scope 3 emissions now need dedicated strategies. This is considering they account for […]
The food and beverage sector generates over 36% of manufacturing emissions globally. So, decarbonization has become an urgent priority with rising stakeholder activism, policy interventions, and extreme weather events putting supply chains at risk. To drive progress, Future Bridge is organizing the 2nd Net Zero Food & Beverage Forum: Energy Efficiency and Decarbonization on February […]
The 2nd Net Zero Life Sciences Forum was held on November 16-17, 2023 in Berlin, Germany. It focused on strategies and solutions to reduce energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions across the pharmaceutical and biotech sectors. Organized by Future Bridge, the exclusive event convened leaders across the industry. This is to discuss progress made and […]
The oil and gas industry finds itself at a pivotal juncture. While still supplying over half the world’s energy, its dominance is challenged. It stands to be challenged by climate change policies and competition from renewables. Moreover, shrinking access to low-cost reserves is also a major cause. To navigate this turbulence, the industry must dramatically […]
With rising climate change concerns and ambitious net zero emissions commitments from governments as well as companies, the oil and gas industry faces mounting societal pressure. This is to profoundly reduce greenhouse gas emissions across its operations. Clean hydrogen presents a game-changing opportunity for the oil and gas sector. It helps to align with decarbonization […]
The oil and gas industry is a major global contributor to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It accounts for nearly a third of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions worldwide. Furthermore, pressure from global climate initiatives compels oil and gas companies to implement comprehensive Greenhouse gas accounting or monitoring, reporting, and reduction plans. Robust GHG inventories enable firms […]
Carbon capture technology holds great promise as a tool. It reduces greenhouse gas emissions from hard-to-decarbonize industries. These include oil and gas, cement, and steel production. However, the high costs of capturing, transporting, and storing CO2 have hindered the wide-scale adoption of carbon capture, utilization, and storage (CCUS). For CCUS to play a meaningful role […]
With the pressing threat of climate change, energy companies worldwide are accelerating efforts. There are crucial efforts to reduce carbon emissions and transition to clean energy. The upcoming net zero energy production summit in Amsterdam aims to unite key players. They are key in shaping the oil and gas industry’s path to sustainability. As a […]
Renewable energy sources like solar, wind, hydropower, and biomass are critical. It helps to transition away from fossil fuels and mitigate climate change. However, the continued growth of renewables relies heavily on policy incentives and market dynamics. These enable cost-competitive deployment at scale. Furthermore, power purchase agreements (PPAs) have become an instrumental mechanism. This goes […]
The oil and gas industry is facing immense pressure to reduce its carbon footprint. Moreover, they need to transition to a low-carbon future. A critical component of this transition is addressing Scope 3 emissions. It vastly outweighs Scope 1 and 2 emissions from their own operations. Stakeholders today demand climate action. As a result, managing […]
The biopharmaceutical industry has a crucial role in building a sustainable future. As both an essential service and a major energy user, biopharma must innovate. It will help to eliminate its carbon footprint. The 2nd Net Zero Life Sciences Forum on 16-17 November 2023 in Berlin, Germany will convene industry leaders. This is on the […]
Climate change represents an existential threat facing humanity. With the scientific community sounding alarms on rising global temperatures and extreme weather, industries worldwide feel compelled to act. The life sciences sector is responding to this urgent call. It is evidenced by the 2nd Net Zero Life Sciences Forum. The forum focuses on energy efficiency and […]
The extractive energy industry is facing a reckoning. With rising climate concerns, energy transition pressures, and inflated stakeholder demands for sustainability. So, oil and gas companies are now forced to re-examine their ESG reporting transparency. The era of unchecked emissions, diffuse community impacts, and lenient structures has come to an end. Investors, regulators, and the […]
Decarbonization in oil and gas sector has risen to the top of strategic agendas. There is a wide scientific consensus on the various threats of climate change. Moreover, the increasing policy and societal pressure is making oil and gas companies reduce GHG emissions. However, achieving net zero emissions across hydrocarbon value chains is a complex […]
The oil and gas industry finds itself at a critical juncture. While fossil fuels continue to dominate the global energy mix, mounting concerns around climate change and the transition to cleaner energy sources have cast uncertainty over the future of this sector. However, oil and gas are expected to remain an important part of the […]
Climate concerns are rising every day and data centres have the potential to drive sustainability. The only elements needed are energy efficiency and renewable energy adoption. However, to make it happen, industry collaboration stands to be crucial. The net zero data centre summit is the right place to ignite this collaboration. Schneider Electric as a […]
Today there is an insatiable appetite for data and digital services, isn’t it? What if we could just remove the oversized environmental footprint, where data centers operate cleanly and efficiently? That too with all the increasing profits. This vision is no longer too far-fetched and the same can be achieved with sustainability. However, it demands […]
Data centres are the beating heart of the digital economy. It enables technologies and services that impact virtually every aspect of modern life. However, they also have an outsized environmental footprint. As reliance on cloud services, video streaming, and emerging technologies like the IoT continues to surge, so too will energy consumption. So, building sustainable […]
As our digital infrastructure expands, data centres face the challenge of keeping their facilities sufficiently cooled. Traditional air conditioning systems are energy-intensive and rely on greenhouse gas-emitting electricity. However, new and innovative cooling solutions for data centers are emerging. It allows data centres to maintain optimal temperatures in a more sustainable manner. The Need for […]
The modern digital world relies on a vast network of data centres. They store, process, and serve our ever-growing tide of data. These massive server farms form the foundational infrastructure. It powers everything from social media to e-commerce. However, with great capability comes great electricity usage. Moreover, data centres currently have a voracious appetite for […]
Data centres are the backbone of the digital world today. They power everything right from email to social media, cloud computing, and AI. However, this digital backbone comes at the cost of consuming vast amounts of energy and greenhouse gases on a big scale. Energy consumption in data centres is believed to be more than […]
Non-road mobile machinery (NRMM) such as excavators, dozers, mining trucks, forklifts, etc. are integral to operations in construction, agriculture, mining, and other industries. With stricter emissions regulations and sustainability goals, electrification is gaining momentum in the NRMM sector. However, setting up adequate charging infrastructure remains a major challenge. Key Challenges in NRMM Charging Infrastructure The […]
The oil and gas industry has come under fire in recent years. The reason for it became the large contributions to climate change through greenhouse gas emissions. However, amidst growing public pressure, the industry has leveraged rapid technological advances. These advances can support critical sustainability goals and energy transitions. Oil and gas firms now have […]
The oil and gas industry has powered the modern world for over a century. Moreover, it has fueled economic growth and raising standards of living. Yet its legacy of environmental harm and social unrest has cast clouds over its future. Public trust has eroded amid energy transition pressures. Investor confidence has waned due to climate […]
The oil and gas industry stands at a crossroads. For over a century, it has powered the world’s vehicles, factories, homes, and more. But with climate change accelerating, fossil fuels face an uncertain future. Renewables are booming while global deals aim to slash emissions. Major players see change on the horizon. This seismic shift is […]
Today people have become conscious of the impact their purchases can have on the environment. As a result, they seek sustainability in the products that they buy. Due to this, companies have started to tout their “green” credentials in advertising campaigns. However, not all of these assertions are factual. This false environmental advertising also known […]
In recent years, companies and consumers are focusing on environmental sustainability. The awareness of issues such as climate change of pollution is at an all-time high. This has increased the demand for companies to become more environmentally friendly and market their products along the same lines. However, there are tons of companies who claim sustainability, […]
In recent years, consumers have shifted their preferences to more eco-friendly and sustainable practices and products. As a result, it has created many brands that are truly making efforts towards reducing environmental impact. So right from sustainable materials to reduction in packaging waste, these brands are committed to change. But does that mean less profits […]
A building’s HVAC system is truly its lifeline. It is working continuously to maintain environmental comfort indoors through heating and cooling. However, these crucial systems are also energy-extensive. Optimizing the HVAC system as a result becomes the need of the hour to to reduce costs and environmental impact. Moreover, did you know that this optimization […]
Sustainability is becoming a rising concern amongst organizations. With climate change accelerating, companies are realizing themselves to be at the center of it. Mounting pressures are faced by them from investors, regulators, etc. to reduce their environmental footprints. So sustainability no longer remains an ethic but a core business imperative. The 2nd Net Zero for Life […]
The EU has aimed to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions over the coming decades. Furthermore, the proposal displays concrete steps to slash emissions by 55% by 2030. The EU wants to achieve carbon neutrality as a result by 2050 across the 27 member bloc. If it is achieved, the EU will position themselves as a […]
The corporate climate change is on utmost scrutiny. Now you must think that the automotive industry must be the primary element in it isnt it? But, compared to it, the pharmaceutical business’s emissions intensity is around 55% higher. This pushes the pharma industry to examine its sizable carbon footprint. Scope 3 emissions are a great challenge. […]
As the world grapples with the urgent need to address climate change, businesses are increasingly recognizing their role in reducing carbon emissions and adopting sustainable practices. One significant step companies can take is striving for carbon neutrality within their facilities. A carbon neutral facility refers to an establishment that effectively balances its carbon emissions with carbon offsets or renewable energy sources. By achieving carbon neutrality, companies can demonstrate their commitment to sustainability and contribute to the global effort to mitigate climate change.
Exciting news as Carel joins the 2nd Net Zero Life Sciences Forum as a sponsor. The world-renowned company is known for its control solutions for air-conditioning, refrigeration, and heating, and systems for humidification and evaporative cooling.
The global pursuit of a sustainable future has led various industries to adopt ambitious net zero targets. The life science sector, encompassing pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, and healthcare, is no exception. As the demand for innovative and environmentally-friendly solutions grows, the industry has been actively investing in research and development to drive the net zero agenda. In this blog post, we will explore the remarkable advancements in green chemistry and carbon capture technologies that are shaping the future of the life science sector.
In the global pursuit of achieving net zero emissions, strong leadership is essential for driving transformative change within companies. Leaders play a critical role in setting the vision, creating a culture of sustainability, and mobilizing their organizations towards a net zero future. In this blog post, we will explore the crucial role of leadership in driving net-zero transformations, highlight lessons that other companies can learn, and provide actionable insights to help leaders interested in sustainability succeed.
As companies strive to achieve net zero emissions, they often encounter challenges in completely eliminating their carbon footprint. Carbon offsetting and compensation have emerged as crucial tools to bridge the gap between emissions reduction efforts and the goal of achieving net zero. In this blog post, we will explore various options available to companies for carbon offsetting and compensation, and delve into technological innovations of the last decade that have facilitated more effective and scalable solutions.
As companies strive to achieve net zero emissions, it’s crucial to extend sustainability efforts beyond their immediate operations and into their supply chains. Net zero supply chains play a significant role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and driving sustainable practices throughout the entire value chain. In this blog post, we will explore strategies for companies to reduce emissions across their supply chains, including assessing partners, collaboration opportunities, and the importance of taking action collectively.
In an era of increasing environmental concerns and the urgent need to combat climate change, the concept of net zero has gained significant attention. Achieving net zero emissions is a crucial goal for companies looking to contribute to a sustainable future. But what exactly does net zero mean, how is it measured, and what are the first steps companies should take? In this beginner’s guide, we’ll answer these questions and provide insights into embarking on the journey toward net zero.
ESG goals for companies have been around for a while, but slowly and steadily, more and more industries are looking for their path to compliance. Global regulations are tightening and public opinion demands good management and sustainability. Challenges remain, as businesses have to balance goals, costs, risks, and opportunities against the ever-present need to, for example, limit their carbon footprint. As a result, companies need to find ways to save big and save fast. Enter technology.
A major element of decarbonization will be adjusting and modifying energy-based emissions. Businesses and entire countries need to approach where and how they power their operations with a strategic plan to hit net-zero carbon emissions in the near future. This means understanding what natural sources an area has and how best to use them. The UK is a great example of offshore wind, with a breezy climate and ample coastline.
The current, primary challenge for most companies is finally achieving net-zero emissions. This is normally a long process with multiple stages involving steady, constant reductions of CO2 emissions. Some major players have already committed to achieving Net-Zero and have put out considerable action plans on how they will do it. While this list isn’t exhaustive, it demonstrates the diversity of industries looking to hit net-zero.
It’s not exactly a new development that companies need to show exactly how they are impacting their area of operations. Public and private scrutiny is growing and companies need to be on top of their ESG reporting to avoid reputational risks, fines, and other problems. To do this effectively businesses need to actually understand the best practices and develop detailed, data-driven strategy plans for how they will gather, verify and present this information.
It’s not a secret that companies need to decarbonize over the coming decades. Industry leaders are in an awkward position, where they must make far-reaching decisions in an ever-changing technological and legislative landscape. So it can be helpful to start from the basics and understand what will be needed, and what are the possible risks and rewards.
How a company uses energy has long been a key issue in reaching net-zero operations. Up until recently, a lot of energy generation came with high carbon costs, forcing a company to compensate for it more. Despite existing for years, renewable energy is slowly gaining recognition as one of the best ways to actually power an operation while simultaneously limiting emissions. The three most common forms are solar, wind and hydro power, all created with the use of inexhaustible, natural processes.
By this point, one would need to be living under several rocks to not know about the general push to decarbonize. More broadly, companies are coming under increasing scrutiny for how they conduct their business. This can range from governmental oversight, fines and regulation, to investors pulling finance because a company does not conduct itself well. ESG scores are the primary method used to assess companies, but what exactly does this number measure who measures it?
While individuals in general and businesses, in particular, can and must take steps to reduce their carbon footprint, governments also have an important role to play in supporting and encouraging carbon reduction efforts. Governments have the ability to use policy (the carrot) and regulations (the stick) to pressure businesses to do the right thing and not cut corners.
The European markets are on a mission to conquer the ambitious decarbonization challenge outlined by the Paris Agreement. Businesses from various sectors operating in the region are being pushed to ramp up their efforts and reach the zero-emission target by 2050. The agriculture market is no exception, as the pollution from the sector is not to be underestimated. Agriculture is the most prominent industry in the world, while also being the leading source of pollution in many countries.
Even the best-meaning businesses will still end up generating emissions through the simple act of transportation. People need to get around, logistics have to keep operating and we have to drive from time to time. Despite many recent advancements, electric vehicles (EVs) are still the minority on the road. As the world decarbonizes, companies need to explore how to reduce the footprint caused by transportation and prepare for a future where the gas tank is replaced by battery capacity.
Governments, advocacy groups, and the general population are taking necessary steps to cut carbon emissions and reduce their carbon footprint. However, the role of businesses in reducing greenhouse gas emissions cannot be overemphasized since it is precisely manufacturing and logistics that end up causing the majority of emissions.
The world is at a critical juncture in the fight against climate change. With global temperatures continuing to rise and extreme weather events becoming more frequent and severe, there is an urgent need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and transition to a low-carbon economy. The goal of achieving net-zero emissions by mid-century has been embraced by governments, businesses, and investors worldwide as a critical step in addressing the climate crisis. However, the path toward net-zero will not be the same for every country and region. Different countries and regions face unique challenges and opportunities in their transition to a low-carbon future, influenced by factors such as economic development, energy mix, and political priorities. In this blog post, we will explore how the net-zero transition would play out in different countries and regions, and examine the challenges and opportunities they face in the race to avert the worst effects of climate change.
In a landmark decision, the European Parliament has agreed that all new vehicles sold in the European Union will have to be zero-emission by 2035. This ambitious move is part of the EU’s broader plan to reduce carbon emissions and combat climate change. The decision has been praised by environmental activists, who see it as a significant step towards a more sustainable future. However, it has also raised concerns among some car manufacturers who may struggle to meet the new requirements. In this blog post, we will explore the implications of this decision, what it means for the future of transportation in Europe, and how it will impact the automotive industry as a whole.
The world is facing an urgent need to reduce carbon emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change. One of the most ambitious goals in this regard is achieving net-zero carbon emissions, which means balancing the number of greenhouse gases produced with an equal amount removed from the atmosphere. The transition to net-zero will require significant changes to the way we generate and consume energy, as well as to our transportation, agriculture, and manufacturing systems. But what would be the cost of such a transition, and what benefits could it bring? In this blog post, we will explore the potential costs and benefits of the net-zero transition, and what it could mean for the future of our planet.
As the world moves towards a more sustainable future, businesses are increasingly looking for ways to reduce their carbon footprint and operate in an environmentally responsible manner. Hydrogen fuel cells offer a promising solution to this challenge, potentially powering a range of industrial and commercial applications while reducing harmful emissions. This post will explore the key benefits of hydrogen fuel cells for businesses, including cost savings, operational efficiencies, and enhanced sustainability.
The European Union has set ambitious targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, with the goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. As part of these efforts, the European Commission has proposed a 90% reduction in emissions from heavy-duty trucks by 2050. This proposal would have a significant impact on businesses in Europe that rely on heavy-duty trucks to transport goods and materials.
Climate change is one of the most pressing issues of our time, with its devastating effects being felt across the world. The Middle East, in particular, is highly vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, which include rising sea levels, water scarcity, extreme temperatures, and food insecurity. However, while climate change presents significant challenges for the region, it also provides an opportunity for innovation and technological advancement.
ESG, which stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance, is a term that has gained increasing attention in recent years. It refers to a set of criteria that investors and companies use to evaluate the sustainability and societal impact of a business. ESG factors can range from a company’s carbon footprint, and its employee diversity and inclusion practices, to its board composition and executive compensation structure.
The International Sustainability and Standards Board (ISSB) recently voted to make reporting of Scope 3 emissions mandatory for all organizations. This decision has far-reaching consequences for companies, as Scope 3 emissions are one of the most significant contributors to a company’s carbon footprint. In this article, we will discuss what Scope 3 emissions are, why reporting them is important, and what the implications of this decision are for companies.
As the world races towards reaching net zero carbon emissions, it’s becoming increasingly clear that there is no single solution to the problem of climate change. Instead, a combination of technologies, policies, and behavioral changes will be needed to achieve this ambitious goal. One of the technologies that are gaining attention as a potential solution is carbon capture and storage (CCS). This technology has the potential to significantly reduce emissions from industries such as power generation and manufacturing, as well as from sources such as agriculture and waste. In this blog post, we will explore the significance of CCS in reaching net zero carbon emissions and the challenges that must be overcome for this technology to be widely adopted.
To power the new hydrogen vehicles of Disfrimur, a number of companies in Spain will build and maintain sustainable power stations. With this infrastructure in place, more and more hydrogen-powered fleets could become a reality in the southern-European nation. In general, this points towards some interesting trends in sustainable transportation across the EU. So what are some of the implications?
Glocalization is the combination of the words “global” and “localization”. It refers to the process of adapting a product or service to meet the needs and expectations of a local market while still maintaining a global perspective. Think of free-trade or free-movement agreements. Businesses can benefit from glocalization in several ways. So let’s explore what it means.
Carbon capture and storage (CCS) is a technology that captures carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from power plants and industrial processes before they are released into the atmosphere and then stores the CO2 in underground geological formations. This technology is seen as one of the most promising ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and mitigate the impacts of climate change. As more and more businesses are looking for ways to become more sustainable, carbon capture and storage is an important consideration. In this blog post, we’ll discuss why CCS is important and how it can help businesses to become more sustainable.
Like most energy-intensive industries, food and beverages need to be extra careful going into this year. With energy prices soaring and dropping regularly, it can be hard to make long-term plans. Companies need to consider production from a variety of perspectives, including cost, emissions, and even waste.
The food and beverage industry is constantly evolving and adapting to the changing tastes and preferences of consumers. As we enter a new year, it’s essential for companies in this industry to stay on top of the latest trends in order to remain competitive. In this post, we’ll be discussing eight key trends that the food and beverage industry should keep in mind for 2023.
The war in Ukraine has had some impact on natural gas prices, particularly in Europe. Ukraine is a major transit country for natural gas from Russia to Europe, and disruptions to gas supplies through Ukraine have occurred in the past as a result of the conflict. When these disruptions happen, it can lead to concerns about the reliability of gas supplies in Europe, which can cause prices to rise. Additionally, the war has led to sanctions between Russia and other countries, which can also impact the price of natural gas.
The food industry is a significant contributor to greenhouse gas emissions, which are a major cause of climate change. As many countries around the world are committing to net-zero emissions and are putting in place regulations and taxes to help achieve that goal, companies that reduce their carbon footprint now will be in a better position to meet those regulations and avoid paying unnecessary taxes. Being seen as a responsible and sustainable company can enhance the reputation and branding of a food company. This can lead to more positive public perception, a more loyal customer base, and a more attractive investment proposition.
The European Union (EU) has made a commitment to reducing its carbon emissions in order to combat climate change. This commitment is reflected in the EU’s climate and energy policies, which have been put in place to promote the use of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency and reduce the EU’s dependence on fossil fuels.
With that in mind, it is somewhat surprising, that in parts of the EU, coal-burning plants have been switched back on.
The push to decarbonize, together with the new requirements to disclose scope 3 emissions mean that companies need to take their value chains seriously. Businesses should learn from their peers, adopt best practices, and avoid pitfalls.
Scope 3 emissions are those that are a result of a company’s activities, but are not directly controlled by the company. These emissions can be challenging for companies to track and manage, but there are a few things that companies can do to keep track of and limit their scope 3 emissions.
working in the food industry can be a rewarding and challenging career choice for HVAC technicians. It can provide job stability, the opportunity to develop specialized skills, and potential career advancement opportunities.
In December, Corsica Sole opened the largest energy storage facility in Europe, with a capacity for 100 MWh of electricity. It features forty lithium-ion mega-batteries, at the cost of €800,000 a unit. After the battery’s 10-year lifespan is over, it will be recycled. The center is a vital step in the European Union’s road to decarbonization and energy independence.
As Europe shifts out oil and gas, hydrogen is now poised to be an effective replacement for these carbon fuels. The EU has made the development of hydrogen technologies a priority as part of its efforts to transition to a low-carbon economy and achieve its climate targets.
Automation AI and automation can also be used outside of metering and measuring. An energy management system (EMS) can process the energy use of all facility machinery simultaneously. It can calculate what rate certain machinery should work at and adjust it to output needs. EMS can also manage the facilities grid. Should a generating station […]
The food and beverages industry faces a number of challenges next year. First and foremost, like most businesses, uncertainty drives up prices. Simultaneously, legislative pressure to decarbonize is also rising. 2023 could be a challenging year for companies that do not adapt and implement 21st-century solutions. To develop any strategic plan for the future, any business needs to understand the risks and challenges ahead. So what are some important trends that are likely to shape the industry in 2023?
The growth of energy costs coupled with the need to cut GHG emissions force companies to find every available tool to limit energy use. While there have been advancements in more sustainable equipment, managers are still forced to oversee massive, interconnected facilities. Food and beverage operations are complex and a human can at times struggle with the sheer quantities of data. Recent developments in AI may be the answer. Computers and machines are able to view and synthesize insights out of datasets too large for humans. So how can a company employ artificial intelligence to direct its energy strategy?
The global standards for codifying and reporting on emissions have expanded. Nearly all sources of GHG emissions fall under three different categories, Scopes 1 through 3. Companies need to understand what elements of their business to report and what to measure. Currently, only Scope 1 and 2 are mandatory to report, but soon Scope 3 emissions may also be required. So what is the difference between the three?
If a company exaggerates its environmental impact or claims an environmentally-friendly policy that is not true, it is engaging in greenwashing. So how widespread is this issue? This is not a question that can be answered easily, as definitions differ from country to country. Similarly, there is limited macro-level data on how commonly companies commit […]
The food industry in particular must manage its use of electricity as energy prices rise. As a major user of global power, food production companies need to develop plans to limit GHG emissions. Future Bridge has assembled an overview of tips and tricks the industry can use to best manage its facility energy use. 1. Energy […]