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How Your Organization Can Reduce Its Greenhouse Gas Emissions

On July 20th, the International Energy Association issued a press release in which they forecasted that global greenhouse gas emissions will hit record levels in 2023 and continue to grow in the years to follow. The press release also noted that not enough money is being spent on clean energy and sustainability worldwide to reach climate goals.

“The sums of money, both public and private, being mobilized worldwide…fall well short of what is needed to reach international climate goals,” the press release said.

Although the IEA states that countries and their governments will be key to solving the growing greenhouse gas emissions problem, your organization can play a supporting role by reducing its own emissions. There are several ways to reduce your organization’s emissions that will also save your company time and money and improve your reputation among customers, employees, and stakeholders. Enter, green energy procurement and energy management! Check out the graphics below to learn more about each one.

Energy Management

Green Energy Procurement

More Helpful Resources

Check out these articles for more insights into energy management and green energy procurement!

Green Energy Procurement:

Energy Procurement: Everything You Need to Know

Green Tariffs: What They Are and Why They Matter

Renewable Energy Credits (RECs), Explained

Distributed Energy Resources – The Benefits of Procuring Them

Why Your Company Should Be Procuring Green Energy

Green Energy Procurement: Challenges and Solutions

Energy Management:

What is Energy Management in These Uncertain Times

6 Energy Management Solutions to Implement at Your Company

Inside an Energy Management Service: Features and 2021 Trends

How Energy Monitoring and Auditing Can Save Your Company Money

Electricity Usage – How to Track, Monitor, and Control It

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