Webinar: Introduction to the Biogenic Carbon Footprint Calculator

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WWF is pleased to invite you to a webinar to introduce the Biogenic Carbon Footprint Calculator. This free, user-friendly tool, developed by WWF in partnership with Quantis, calculates biogenic emissions for a variety of forest-based products. The calculator’s aim is to support companies in the dynamic accounting of biogenic emissions of wood-based products, improving the […]

Webinar Report: Developments in Renewable Thermal Instruments and Markets

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By Blaine Collison, Senior Vice President, David Gardiner and Associates, and Claire Dougherty, Research Associate, David Gardiner and Associates During its July webinar, the RTC featured two important developments in renewable thermal markets: Rachael Terada, Director, Technical Projects for the Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) provided an update on the draft Green-e certification for renewable […]

Webinar: New Developments in Renewable Thermal Instruments and Markets

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Thermal energy stakeholders consistently point to the need for instruments and markets similar to Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs), which have proven invaluable in enabling and accelerating renewable electricity transactions in both voluntary and compliance markets. M-RETS and the Center for Resource Solutions (CRS) have made significant progress towards developing renewable thermal certificate (RTC) markets. On […]

Webinar: Does Solar Thermal Make Sense for Your Organization? Solar Thermal C&I Decarbonization Series Part 1

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Solar thermal is an established renewable thermal technology, but it has received far less attention in recent years than solar photovoltaics (PV). The Renewable Thermal Collaborative is taking a two-part look at the state and potential of this exciting technology in 2020. On Thursday, May 28 from 1-2pm ET, the RTC presented the first session […]

Webinar on The Renewable Thermal Buyers’ Statement: Companies and Institutions Call for More Renewable Thermal Options

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More than a dozen large industrial, commercial, and institutional energy users recently issued the Renewable Thermal Buyers’ Statement. The Buyers’ Statement is a project of the Renewable Thermal Collaborative (RTC), and serves as an invitation to market stakeholders to collaborate to increase and accelerate energy users’ access to cost-effective, responsibly-sourced, renewable and lower-carbon thermal energy […]

Join the RTC at the Climate Leadership Conference March 20-22 in Baltimore

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Join us March 20-22 in Baltimore to connect with the nation’s thought leaders and decision-makers at the Climate Leadership Conference (CLC). The CLC convenes around the prestigious Climate Leadership Awards and brings energy and sustainability professionals together to address climate change through policy, innovation, and business solutions. The RTC is hosting a workshop, Renewable Thermal Collaborative: Reducing Your Thermal Carbon Footprint, on Wednesday, […]

Webinar: Overcoming Barriers to Renewable Heating and Cooling

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Energy used for heating and cooling comprises approximately 50 percent of total global final energy demand and 39 percent of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions. Yet despite its large energy and carbon footprint and its significant potential to reduce carbon emissions, the use of renewable energy for heating and cooling applications has received relatively little attention […]

Renewable Thermal Collaborative Successfully Launches at Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance Summit 2017

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Marty Spitzer, Senior Director for Climate and Renewable Energy at the World Wildlife Fund US (WWF) and Steve Skarda, Global Climate and Energy Leader at Procter & Gamble, successfully launched the Renewable Thermal Collaborative with an announcement at the 2017 Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (REBA) Summit in California in September. Bryn Baker, WWF’s Manager of Renewable […]