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Clean Technology and Energy Efficiency Benchmark Series

Bloomberg BNA’s Clean Technology and Energy Efficiency Benchmark Series is a collection of benchmark surveys, produced in conjunction with EnergyBoom Media Inc., and offers insight on key issues related to the clean technology industry sector and the extent to which North American organizations have implemented energy efficiency and renewable energy measures.

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Part1: Clean Technology Industry Benchmark Report provides insight from companies operating in the RCE (Renewable Energy, Clean Technology and Energy Efficiency) sector on issues critical to their success. Topics covered include; government energy policy and regulatory trends; energy efficiency; forecasts for solar, wind, geothermal, clean coal, and other sub-sectors; cost parity with conventional fossil fuels; financial performance; and more

Part 2: Corporate Energy Efficiency Benchmark Report
 surveys almost 300 organizations from a cross section of industries, including government, on topics including future energy efficiency trends and investments, impact of government incentives (or lack of), investments in vehicle fleets, teleconferencing trends to reduce GHG emission from employee travel, and many more. The 100 page report also reviews organizational motivations for implementing energy efficiency measures, the kinds of measures they are taking, and their progress toward increasing their use of renewable energy, including self-generated renewable energy.

Part 3: Combined Trend Analysis Clean Technology & Corporate Energy Efficiency Benchmark Report offers insight into two economic forces critical to America’s ability to meet energy needs. They are: 1) the performance of U.S. companies that innovate and produce renewable energy, clean technology, and 2) energy efficiency products or technology, and the energy use practices of U.S. business organizations. The findings are based on data from the Clean Technology Industry Benchmark Report and the Corporate Energy Efficiency Benchmark Report.to reduce GHG emission from employee travel, self generation capacity, and many more. 

 


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