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Building Circularity into Your Business

Solar continues to grow as a viable and affordable energy source and utility consumers are increasingly presented with options for how they power their homes and businesses. Over the past years, rooftop solar has become a more popular option for powering residential areas, with nearly a million U.S. homeowners installing PV panels on their roofs. However, for many Americans, the cost of installing rooftop solar is prohibitive, with many panel systems and installation ranging upward of $20,000. Further, many Americans (nearly 37% of households) rent their homes; other home rooftops are not suitable for panels, or may be obstructed by objects that cast hours of significant shade.

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Community Solar: What North Carolina Needs to Learn

Solar continues to grow as a viable and affordable energy source and utility consumers are increasingly presented with options for how they power their homes and businesses. Over the past years, rooftop solar has become a more popular option for powering residential areas, with nearly a million U.S. homeowners installing PV panels on their roofs. However, for many Americans, the cost of installing rooftop solar is prohibitive, with many panel systems and installation ranging upward of $20,000. Further, many Americans (nearly 37% of households) rent their homes; other home rooftops are not suitable for panels, or may be obstructed by objects that cast hours of significant shade.

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Net Zero through Renewable energy- Is it possible?

James Byrne – Director, ESG Net Zero through Renewable energy- Is it possible? Going Net Zero is the latest and most ambitious goal a company can take when it comes to sustainability, with the exception of going net positive. But before we get carried away,

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The Opportunity Offered by TCFD and Climate Disclosure

BY JAMES BYRNE, DIRECTOR OF ESG, CVCC   We hear a lot of clamour about climate related reporting but what does it actually mean practically to companies that are already busy enough just trying to survive? First of all, it’s worth quickly recapping where climate

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