Global electric vehicle (EV) sales rose 65% from 2017 to 2018, with sale figures steady through 2019.With EV sales expected to continue to grow, now is the time to add EV charging stations to your property. EV charging stations can be set up in many ways, from free...
In honor of Earth Day, Evolution Energy Partners (EEP) donated to the Carbonfund.org Foundation to offset our carbon footprint for one year. We also donated 1,000 trees that will be planted in Kenya and Madagascar, providing critical support to the environment and...
By: Luke Spargo Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) criteria have recently received a significant amount of publicity, but what are they? As investors become more socially conscious, they have turned to ESG criteria to evaluate companies in three key areas and...
The electric vehicle (EV) market has been booming in the past few years. In 2010, there were approximately 17,000 electric vehicles on the road, and now there are more than 7 million around the world. EVs were created to fill the need for fuel-efficient, low...
U.S. federal energy policies have adopted extensive updates for the first time in over a decade. The Energy Act of 2020, which resides in the Consolidated Appropriations Act 2021, was signed into law in December 2020. The act includes two energy and climate-related agreements, including a bill titled "Innovation for the Environment" and the "The American Energy Innovation Act."
There are many ways to market your business as sustainable, but the most common and generally cheapest option is purchasing Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs). In this blog post, we will cover how RECs are created, how to buy them, why businesses should invest in them.
Our own Dailey Tipton participated in BISNOW's "Boston Healthy Buildings, Rebuilding For The Future: Retrofitting Old Buildings For Sustainability". The event highlighted the most cost-effective and efficient ways of retrofitting existing buildings as well as how to identify the barriers to improve or invest in new and old buildings.
Energy reduction programs and efficiency projects drive large savings to the overall footprint of the building. But, for building owners/operators of CRE with tenants and subleases, who benefits from an efficiency project and takes advantage of the cost savings? To solve this issue, we look at Green Leases.
As a CRE executive, your primary focus is enhancing the returns you can generate for your investors. The EEP team breaks down how to analyze a capital investment in an energy efficiency project, common misconceptions, and how to prioritize capital.
REGISTER TODAY! Join EEP and the Greater Philadelphia Hotel Association (GPHA) on February 24th, 10 am, for an educational webinar on Philadelphia’s Building Energy Performance Program. Panelists will dive deep into the provisions and exemptions laid out by the City of Philadelphia. Will your hotel be in compliance?
Across the US, raging wildfires, drought, and record high temperatures are contributing to water scarcity. The threat of a future with no water is looming and some people are capitalizing on it. Wall Street is now trading on water futures.
Evolution Energy Partners (EEP) is pleased to announce that they have joined the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International’s Partnership Program as an Ambassador Partner. As a partner, EEP pledges to support BOMA's critical work in advocacy, education, and research.
President Joe Biden has laid out a detailed climate and energy plan with numerous initiatives that could shape the future of not only domestic energy policy but also global policy. EEP has broken down key aspects of the Biden plan, explaining in detail the current status of each of these initiatives.
Congress has extended the deadline to start construction on projects that qualify for federal tax credits. These projects include renewable energy projects such as solar, wind, fuel cell, geothermal, and more. The extension provides added time for developers who were challenged by delays due to COVID-19.
Evolution Energy Partners would like to welcome our 2021 Spring Interns! During their internships, the team will be learning about all parts of the business from energy efficiency projects to sales outreach. We are excited to have them join the team!