At Walmart, we are determined to make a difference on the big issues that matter.
In the area of sustainability, our size and scope as the world’s largest retailer empower us to make a real impact. Energy is one of three key sustainability priority areas in which the company has made great strides – and we are committed to doing much, much more....More
The Obama administration has officially launched its bid to throttle greenhouse gas emissions 30 percent by 2025, The Wall Street Journal reported this week.
Utilities reliant on coal-fired generation for many decades will be receiving their long-awaited federal power plan rules this summer. They are expected to reduce power plant emissions 30 percent between 2005 levels and 2030....More
EDITOR' S NOTE: Calvin Butler participated in a discussion on the future of electric power at Oracle's Industry Connect event in Washington last week moderated by The Energy Times' content director, Marty Rosenberg. He responded to some of our questions in advance to provide us with a summary of his views.
This is the first of a series. Next week: Energy Efficiency Hugely Important...More
EDITOR' S NOTE: Thomas R. Kuhn participated in a discussion on the future of electric power at Oracle's Industry Connect event in Washington last week moderated by The Energy Times' content director. Marty Rosenberg. He provided us with this executive summary of his views....More
I am a big believer in the saying “Trust and Verify,” so when Elster President Mark Fromuller told me that Advanced Meter Fort Collins (AMFC) was the real deal, I got on the phone with Ft. Collins Project Manager Dennis Sumner and headed over to Colorado...More
Through the Advanced Meter Fort Collins project, Fort Collins Utilities is upgrading mechanical electric and water meters in homes, schools and businesses throughout the community with electronic devices that will enable two-way digital communication....More