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The European Union Takes the Next Step in Realizing the Energy Efficiency Potential of ICT

As climate cognoscenti undoubtedly know, Europe has pledged itself to meet a goal of reducing both EU climate emissions and energy consumption by 20 percent by 2020. Certainly the European Union has set itself more ambitious targets in the carbon … Read more >

FEDERAL CLIMATE LEGISLATION SHOULD PROTECT AMERICAN COMPETITIVENESS AND REWARD PAST CLIMATE LEADERSHIP

Earlier this summer, the House of Representatives passed the American Clean Energy and Security (ACES) Act, HR 2454, a massive bill addressing energy efficiency, green energy, and climate change, the latter through a cap-and-trade proposal. The Senate currently is considering … Read more >

IN THE CONGRESSIONAL ON-DECK CIRCLE: CLIMATE CHANGE LEGISLATION

The ongoing health care debate has delayed the anticipated consideration of climate change cap-and-trade legislation in the Senate. To re-set for those of you who haven’t paid attention in awhile, the House of Representatives passed the American Clean Energy and … Read more >

Stephen Harper

Stephen Harper is global director of environment and energy policy for Intel Corporation. In that capacity, Stephen has chaired many high tech industry environmental groups and coalitions. He currently serves as chairman of the International Climate Change Partnership. Prior to … Read more >

The “Macro Story” In Your Ear

For several years now, I have been yammering on about the ‘macro story’ – the role that Information and Communications Technology (ICT) plays in driving energy efficiency throughout the economy and society. And because greater energy efficiency typically is the … Read more >