Biobased Case Study
Biobased products are commercial or industrial products that are composed in whole, or in significant part, of plants and other renewable agricultural, marine, and forestry materials.
Waste Management Case Study
Americans produce more than 200 million tons of waste annually. This study explores innovative ways in which manage some of that waste.
Power Purchase Agreement Case Study
A Power Purchase Agreement is a financial model which requires a third party, taxable entity to procure, own, and operate a renewable energy system on the customer’s property. The customer agrees to a long-term contract with the third-party developer to purchase electricity at or below retail utility rates and, if applied appropriately, both parties benefit from the renewable energy project.
Fleet Electrification Case Study
In 2015, the federal government had a fleet of 640,304 vehicles total, traveling 4.8 million miles, and consuming nearly 400 million gallons of gasoline equivalent annually. Of these, fewer than 1 percent were battery or plug in electric vehicles. Meeting White House goals to increase the use of this new technology to save money and reduce green-house gas emissions will be a steep challenge.
Supply Chain Case Study
Supply chain greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are often far greater than an agency's or company's operational emissions. This case features several supply chain management pioneers.