Carbon accounting for the energy use of streetlighting

April 4, 2019 at 3:16 pm

This blog post is relevant for Councils who want to make sure they are reporting the energy consumption of streetlights in their Local Government Area under the right carbon accounting scope. This blog post assumes prior knowledge of carbon accounting. If you would like to find out more about how to develop carbon inventories, we … Continue reading Carbon accounting for the energy use of streetlighting

The beginner’s video guide to assessing the value of buying or building your own renewables

March 22, 2019 at 6:28 pm

One of our clients recently went to market via an Expression of Interest (EOI) to solicit interest from firms and potential partners with building or sourcing large-volume renewable energy to meet a significant fraction of their electricity demand. We were contracted to review the responses to the organisation’s EOI and provide our recommendations about sourcing … Continue reading The beginner’s video guide to assessing the value of buying or building your own renewables

Claiming ‘zero emissions’ for the operation of your EVs [Part 3]

February 28, 2019 at 4:31 pm
Claiming ‘zero emissions’ for the operation of your EVs

In our first blog post on electric vehicles, we analysed the carbon footprint of electric vehicles. In the second blog post of the series, we present three considerations for making zero-emissions claims for your electric vehicles. In the final blog post of this series, we are investigating ways you can safely claim ’zero emissions’ for … Continue reading Claiming ‘zero emissions’ for the operation of your EVs [Part 3]

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