Archive for April 28th, 2015

Walmart Cuts 17.4M Metric Tons of GHGs from Global Supply Chain

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Walmart is on track to eliminate 20 million metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions from its global supply chain by the end of 2015. Through its partnership with theSource: Walmart Cuts 17.4M Metric Tons of GHGs from Global Supply Chain · Environmental Leader · Environmental Management & Sustainable Development News

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Berkeley Lab, NTU Singapore Collaborate for Energy Technologies – Energy Manager Today

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Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will jointly develop technologies for energy efficiency and sustainable development in the tropics. They will collaborate on research in various areas of energy-efficiency for buildings, renewable energy generation and storage, and smart grids. The five-year partnership will work to overcome specific environmental challenges faced  […]

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Internet Of Things could generate US$8 trillion in value over the next decade – Cisco/DHL report

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Internet Of Things could generate US$8 trillion in value over the next decade – Cisco/DHL report

New research by Cisco forecasts US$8 trillion in “value-at-stake” over the next decade. This will come from five primary drivers: innovation and revenue ($2.1 trillion); asset utilization ($2.1 trillion); supply chain and logistics ($1.9 trillion); employee productivity improvements ($1.2 trillion); and enhanced customer and citizen experience ($700 billion). “Digital disruption is all around us and […]

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Huawei proposing new methodology for maximizing energy efficiency to reduce carrier network energy consumption

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Huawei proposing new methodology for maximizing energy efficiency to reduce carrier network energy consumption

Huawei today introduced its “Maximizing Energy Efficiency” methodology at the 7th Annual Telecoms Energy Efficiency Forum. Aimed at supporting carriers with assessing how energy efficient their networks are, the methodology reviews all components and the communications system. The findings from the assessment support carriers with improving network energy efficiency and building green Mobile Broadband (MBB) […]

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Focus on smart solutions for cities, not smart city solutions: GE

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Focus on smart solutions for cities, not smart city solutions: GE

Greentechlead’s coverage of an Amcham 23rd AGM in New Delhi. India will need US$1.5-US$2 trillion over the next 10-15 years to upgrade infrastructure to support its population growth, expected to hit some 1.8 billion by 2050. Government of India should stay focused on doing the easy and basic things first, said Banmali Agrawala, president and […]

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