Our friends at Gizmodo have released a report defining how unemployed and threatened coal miners can find new futures in green energy.
On Saturday, July 15, Tesla CEO Elon Musk delivered a keynote speech to the National Governor’s Association on the feasibility of powering the entire United States using solar energy.
At Emilygrene Corp., one of our primary interests is introducing the latest and greatest in green technology.
In response to the decision by President Trump, Emilygrene Corp. was proud to join nearly 1000 American businesses as part of the “We Are Still In” Coalition.
“Mayors have been involved in the frontline of climate and energy issues for so long, but the president’s actions have really just ignited the excitement of mayors and citizens who want to get to do a whole lot more.”
Green energy is essential to the future of our planet and it is large corporations making it possible to decrease the price of renewable energy and implement initiatives on a larger scale.
The Paris Accord commits all involved nations and states to decreasing pollution emissions by 1.6 billion tons by 2025, the United States being among the top three carbon emitters in the world.
The SCE Midstream Lighting Program offers money back on several LED lighting options that also yield long-term energy savings for businesses and facilities.
With developments in solar, wind, and natural gas powers pushing green energy to the forefront of corporate and business initiatives, understanding advancements that will shape energy efficiency upgrades in the future has become crucial.
Emilygrene Corp. suggests that commercial building owners and operators reduce the amount of energy used by their HVAC systems not only to “go green,” but to reduce energy costs and save money.