Monthly Archives: July 2011

30 07, 2011

All RECs are Not Created Equal

By | 2011-07-30T02:05:55+00:00 July 30th, 2011|Environmental Blog|

A renewable energy credit (REC) represents the environmental attributes of one megawatt hour of electricity generated with a renewable resource. This is true of all RECs. Beyond that, however, are a number of variables that can affect the value of RECs to the end-use consumer.At Renewable Choice Energy we talk daily with a wide variety [...]

26 07, 2011

Quayle Hodek's Advice to Entrepreneurs

By | 2011-07-26T18:10:08+00:00 July 26th, 2011|News|

    In their own words: 16 questions for the visionaries Shea Gunther - MNN Blog -- 7/24/2011   What does real sustainability look like? What's the best way for renters to get in on the efficiency game? What's for supper? I've been writing profiles about cool people doing good work for a while now, [...]

21 07, 2011

Responsible Business Practices Matter

By | 2011-07-21T21:23:39+00:00 July 21st, 2011|Environmental Blog|

Among those of us who work in sustainability, the Triple Bottom Line is a well known concept.  Recognizing people, planet, and profits as the three pillars of modern organizational success, the Triple Bottom Line, or TBL, is a helpful framework for evaluating a company’s contribution to economy without placing undue hardship on our society and [...]

13 07, 2011

Supplier Standards Thank You

By | 2011-07-13T18:53:33+00:00 July 13th, 2011|Uncategorized|

Thank you for your interest in our Supplier Standards Checklist. [!RepTerritoryLookupFromSession!] Download the checklist now. Looking for more sustainability resources? Check out our sustainability webinars.  

13 07, 2011

Supplier Standards

By | 2011-07-13T18:53:33+00:00 July 13th, 2011|Uncategorized|

Environmentally and socially responsible business practices are expected from businesses today. From Ford to Proctor & Gamble and Nike to Dell, businesses, trade groups, boards, investors and customers are driving change by applying new innovative approaches to meet today’s triple bottom line needs.The options are simple: adapt and look for new business opportunities or take [...]