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New Approaches to Power Purchase Agreements Open the Renewable Energy Market to More Businesses

Today's businesses face more options to buy utility-scale renewable energy. Here are the biggest opportunities and how your organization can take advantage.

How to Calculate Weather-Normalized Energy Consumption Using Heating and Cooling Degree Days

Enel X shows you a very simple method for calculating weather-normalized energy consumption across buildings.

What Does Net Zero Carbon Mean?

What is net zero carbon, why does it matter, and how can we get there?

Are California's Planned Power Outages a Sign of the New Normal?

Wildfire risk led California's electric utilities to shut off power to hundreds of thousands of customers. Businesses everywhere should think about the implications for their buildings.

Examining the EPA’s 2020 Updates to Emissions Factors

Learn about the recently EPA 2020 eGRID updates and how it effects companies that already track their greenhouse gas emissions, and those that are looking to start.

Scope 1, 2, 3 Emissions

What exactly are Scope 1, 2, 3 emissions? Learn more as Enel X explains these common elements of sustainability reporting.

Why Investors Prefer Companies Committed to ESG

Learn why more investment firms believe that a focus on environmental, social and governance (ESG) will improve your financial valuation.

Q&A with an Expert: What Goes Into a Successful Corporate Sustainability Program?

To get an idea of what goes into a successful sustainability plan, we spoke with an expert who has been developing and implementing them for years.

What Does “Carbon Negative” Mean for Microsoft?

Microsoft recently made headlines by pledging to be “carbon negative” by 2030. Learn how they plan to do it?