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Energy Podlet

Introducing Our Podlet: Bite-Sized Podcast Episodes

10 Dec , 2019  

energy podlet introducing our show

Season 1: Episode 1 | December 10, 2019 Join our hosts, Gita Subramony and Elihu Dietz, as they kick-off our first episode and explore the impacts of energy on our lives and what it means to be an environmental citizen today.

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Efficiency in Action, Interviews, Markets & Business

Women Energizing an Industry

20 Mar , 2018  

SunEdison

Zondits Celebrates Women’s History Month March 20, 2018 For decades the energy industry has been a male-dominated field. The majority of the industry’s workforce continues to be male, but, according to the 2016 Future of Jobs report from the World Economic Forum, women are playing a growing role. Women currently make up about 15% of […]

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Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

Future Energy Efficiency Trends Make Impact Today

5 Mar , 2018  

energy efficiency

Five energy industry trends of tomorrow impacting companies today Energy is a long game, and all stakeholders have made a long-term affirmation that we are headed toward a more renewable future, REC Solar Senior Vice President Alan Russo writes. Utility Dive, February 28, 2018 It’s plain to see that the energy market is rapidly evolving, […]

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Markets & Business, Markets & Trends

Curated Content: Changing the Signal-to-Noise Ratio

1 Dec , 2016  

Jeff Perkins, ERS, for Zondits Zondits started with a “soft launch” 3 years ago this month. We chose a soft launch, putting the site up in hidden mode but populating it on a daily basis, to give ourselves time to test the concept. We chose a curated portal rather than a blog for two reasons: […]

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Efficiency in Action, Markets & Business

Forbes’ 30-Under-30 List in Energy

5 Jan , 2015  

Forbes

It’s always a challenge to find a new set of nominees for Forbes’ 30-Under-30 list in energy. This despite the fact that the “energy industry” is quite likely the biggest in the world. According to the International Energy Agency, keeping the people of the world supplied with energy in all its forms costs about $1.7 trillion a year.

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