Business Analysis News

Page 2 of Search Gate's Business Analysisnews archive


Business Analysis News


story name

Lloyd's report finds global food system is threatened by climate change
(Tue 16/06)
The changing climate threatens the global food system to sudden shocks with repercussions for communities, businesses and governments, a report published today by Lloyd’s, the specialist insurance and reinsurance marke

BP report finds renewables is now the fastest growing source of energy
(Wed 10/06)
Green energy now accounts for a record 6 percent of global power generation according to the BP Statistical Review of World Energy, published today.

Clean tech could save corporate fleets €28 billion-a-year and cut CO2
(Wed 10/06)
Corporate fleet managers could save millions of tonnes of emissions and €28 billion a year by tapping it available efficiency measures and clean technologies, according to a new report from analysts CE Delft.

Investors can no longer ignore the impact of climate change, study warns
(Thu 04/06)
Investors can no longer ignore the potential impact of climate change on investment returns, according to a new report by global consultancy Mercer.

ESOS scheme missing big opportunity to cut emissions, warns experts
(Wed 03/06)
Companies look at the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) as a compliance obligation rather than the chance to reduce overheads and cut long-term energy risks because of the Government’s insistence on highlighting

story name

Falling energy costs should trigger investment in renewables
(Wed 20/05)
As the price for crude oil is set to remain below $100 a barrel in the short-term future, investing savings in renewable technologies is now a ‘no brainer’ for businesses, according to new analysis.

story name

Web giants' drive for green internet blocked by energy firms, study finds
(Tue 12/05)
Major internet companies including Apple, Facebook and Google continue to lead efforts to build an internet that is powered by renewable energy, but an uncooperative utility sector and rapid energy demand growth for the

story name

Company ratings are effective in reducing toxic emissions
(Thu 23/04)
Environmental ratings have positive effects on the boardroom behaviour of rival companies, new analysis has found.

story name

Think-tank releases blueprint to support fossil fuel transition
(Thu 23/04)
Financial think-tank Carbon Tracker has released a ‘blueprint’ paper showing fossil fuel companies the benefit of stress testing their businesses using a set of low carbon, low price scenarios.

story name

Purchases of plug-in EVs hindered by lack of information
(Wed 22/04)
Vehicle cost, current battery technology, and inadequate consumer knowledge are some of the barriers preventing widespread adoption of plug-in electric vehicles, says a new congressionally mandated report from the US Nat

Electric vehicle sales up 50% across Europe, new figures reveal
(Mon 20/04)
France is leading Europe’s electric vehicle revolution with the nation now accounting for more than a quarter of EV sales across the EU, new figures reveal.

Poll finds consumers buy more when brands are sustainable
(Wed 08/04)
Fresh research has found that 81% of consumers are likely to buy from a consumer brand with a positive approach to sustainability.

story name

UK overtakes Germany as global solar PV market returns to growth
(Mon 30/03)
Preliminary market numbers show that the solar photovoltaic (PV) market returned to growth last year according to a new industry snapshot report from the International Energy Agency (IEA).

story name

Consumers willing to spend more to ensure furniture is sustainably sourced
(Mon 30/03)
UK consumers are expressing concern over the amount of wooden furniture that is sourced from illegal logging and are willing to pay more to avoid the risk, according to an independent survey by Oakfurnitureuk.co.

story name

UK's low carbon economy now generates over £120bn-a-year
(Wed 25/03)
The UK’s booming low carbon sector has raced ahead of the aerospace and pharmaceutical industries to now be worth over £120 billion to the nation’s economy.











Powered by SEO Rockstars
© All Rights Reserved.