OPEX Reduction: How Embracing Green Technologies Can Strategically Redefine Fixed Operating Costs

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As companies strive to operate in an increasingly competitive global marketplace, finding effective methods for controlling costs is quickly becoming a mission critical task. Historically, that focus has been directed towards process improvements and streamlined efficiency, with operating expenses simply accepted as unalterable fixed costs.

What The Future Holds For Green Technology And Corporate America

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The next industrial revolution is here. Is your company ready? In the same way that computerized automation restructured the manufacturing industry, green technology is driving the next industrial revolution. Green technology is proven to effectively reduce operational costs and revitalize your profitability.

Maximizing Your Profitability – Controlling and Optimizing Your Consumption

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Immediately Build Energy Savings into Your Budget Today’s commercial enterprises face increasing global competition. As logistics and communications techniques advance, production companies and similar industrial facilities must develop actionable methods for controlling expenses and ensure profitable operations. Green technology offers proven, cost-effective ways for reducing energy consumption in commercial properties.

Tesla CTO: Bulk Energy Storage Will Grow Much Faster Than People Expect

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Much ado about energy storage at the Intersolar 2015 opening keynote.

At the standing-room-only opening keynote at Intersolar 2015, all the talk was on the future of solar and how energy storage was helping to pave the way for greater adoption of it. Dr. Eicke R. Weber, the director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (ISE) opened the show outlining the great progress that solar has made in the past two years by stabilizing supply and demand. “Therefore in 2016, 17, 18 you will see production capacity and the market catch up, which means we should not expect further falling prices for PV modules,” he said, adding “You can expect stable prices and maybe even some modest increases.” Read more