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The rise of the sharing economy, or collaborative consumption, means it has become far more mainstream, and therefore corporations are taking an interest.
Here’s a mantra you probably heard a lot in 2012: Millennials don’t shop that much these days. They share instead. But is it true? The short answer is, apparently, no. The longer answer is that it’s complicated.
IBM’s new B2B Marketplace provides EV drivers in the European Union with a simple, unified electric vehicle charging and payment infrastructure. So, when can we expect something like it in the U.S.A.?
At least part of the fiscal cliff deal, which people will no doubt be debating for weeks to come, was a boon to sustainable business—the extension of the wind power production tax credit (PTC).
Commercial buildings around the world are looking to reduce energy costs, but overhauling electricity systems can be expensive. That is why Israeli startup BEEMTech came up with a way to save energy without changing the existing infrastructure.
Coal is on the run and battling on many fronts – 2012 may turn out to be a watershed year in its downward spiral. This is the type of momentum that can’t be reversed – can it?
Tesla has announced the additions to its Supercharger network on the east coast; the new EV recharging stations are located in Newark, DE and Milford, CT
A recent Worldwatch Institute report points out that while oil still represents the largest energy source, both coal and natural gas have seen significant increases in production and consumption. The increase comes, despite rising global awareness of carbon’s role in causing climate change, and despite coal being the largest carbon-emitting energy source of all.