Investing in Sustainability, Energy Efficiency and Renewables: A Strategic Approach
Companies today have access to an expanding menu of innovative clean energy alternatives, and choosing the best options will depend upon the unique circumstances of each business.
ETS Keynote: The Future of Electricity is Always on Personalized Power
The energy space in general has been dominated by disruption on the renewables side. Bloom Energy has created an innovative and different model that takes key components and produces them with a practical, cleaner option for the world. Watch the entire keynote from their Founder & CEO.
Power Finance & Risk Annual Report
How does a leading project finance institution keep its cool and maintain discipline in an increasingly crowded, competitive market? Good question. In this project finance leaders issue, we will discuss how the 2018 power and renewables deals reflect the dynamics of the project finance market, how market participants have reacted, what policies, signals and trends financiers have been watching and what’s in store for 2019.
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Key Perspectives, Economic Outlook
The last few years the Federal Reserve has raised interest rates to slow the economy, but dropped them this year to avoid excessive slowing. The industrial economy has contracted significantly, and some economists have feared consumer spending would follow. Clearly, economic challenges remain. Even so, the outlook has improved and the odds of a recession occurring any time soon should be falling.
Create Your Competitive Advantage with Diverse Leadership
By 2026, more women will finish school and enter the workforce with specific leadership skills than men. Yet, most people still associate leadership with men, and this bias can have a profound affect on an organization's ability to compete and innovate in the future. The Competitive Benefits of Diverse Leadership shares the latest research on the benefits of a more diverse and robust talent pool.
Cybersecurity in the Hacking Age: Best Practices for Prevention and Detection
Two hours. That’s all it takes for a hacker to get to the data they need once they gain entry to an organization’s computer systems. Most companies are not prepared to address a breach that quickly. In fact, many don’t even realize they’ve been breached until it’s too late to recover lost funds or data without repercussions.
Create Real Change by Confronting Unconscious Bias
Most people consider themselves fair minded and free of prejudice, but the truth is, unconscious bias is usually present within the workplace. Learn more about these deeply subconscious thoughts, plus what you can do to foster a more welcoming workplace.