Here is today’s sustainability news, research and analysis for technology partners, management consultants, CIOs, chief sustainability officers (CSOs) and c-suite members.
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A. Sustainable Technology, Talent, Partnerships and Alliances
1. Corporate Sustainability Reports Database: Our database tracking corporate sustainability reports and associated net-zero goals GHG emissions goals now spans 220 companies and organizations. Today's additions include packaging company food manufacturer Benson Hill, packing manufacturer Berry Global Group, Crown Realty Partners, chemicals giant Ineos Group and Vantage Data Centers.
2. Talent: Microsoft VP of Energy Brian Janous has resigned, but Microsoft's expansive sustainability strategy remains in place.
3. Talent - Chief Sustainability Officers:
4. Partnership - Data Center Liquid Cooling: Chatsworth Products (CPI) and ZutaCore are partnering to promote emerging liquid cooling technology to their clientele.
5. Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations: Electrify America's charging network will support Tesla's North America Charging Standard (NACS) connector by 2025. It's the latest in a growing list of wins for Tesla's EV charging technology.
B. Sustainability M&A, Investments and Funding
1. M&A - Solar Energy: Roth CH Acquisition -- a Special Purpose Acquisition Company (SPAC) -- merged with solar and energy storage provider Tigo Energy.
2. All M&A Activity: Our M&A database has now tracked 85 mergers and acquisitions involving sustainability so far in 2023. See all M&A deals involving sustainability listed here.
C. Regional and Global Sustainability Policies and News
1. United States - Carbon Capture Partnership: The governors of Wyoming and Colorado signed a memorandum of understanding for interstate collaboration on the development of carbon capture technologies, The Hill reported.
2. Canada: The country's biggest oil and gas producing province, Alberta, can affordably cut net emissions from its electricity grid by 2035 as it accelerates investment in wind and solar energy, think-tank Pembina Institute said, according to Reuters.
3. India: The World Bank approved $1.5 billion in financing to accelerate the development of India's low carbon energy sector, Reuters reported.
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