Enterprising Corporates Shift Focus to Tackle Scope Three Emissions
With the current emphasis on corporate social responsibility spreading across industries, most organizations have conducted impact studies to measure their environmental footprints. Many companies have already acted and made serious strides in reducing their scope 2 emissions.
Sep 20, 2021, By Scott Shander
Renewable Energy Buyers' Consortium is across the goal line!
CRS’ inaugural corporate supply chain consortium, including BHJ USA, Mars, Inc. and Silgan Containers has agreed to purchase wind energy from Apex Clean Energy’s Ford Ridge Wind in Illinois to supply electricity to their factories in the Midwest.
Aug 04, 2021, By Luke Marriott
CRS Managing Director unveils successful UK Wind PPA Case Study at Swiss Virtual Summit
Luke Marriott, Managing Director, presents CRS's recent experience delivering a UK renewable energy power purchase agreement at the 2021 RMI Analytics Swiss conference.
May 18, 2021, By Daniel Rivera Ibarra
The Dzilam Bravo Wind Farm Celebrates Commercial Operation
Dzilam Bravo Wind Farm, Eolica Golfo 1, a 70MW Vive Energia project in Yucatan, Mexico celebrates operational status on a beautiful sunny day in May. Brice Russell, Business Development Director for CRS joined representatives from Mars, Vive Energia, and the Governor of Yucatan in an inaugural ribbon cutting ceremony. CRS represented Mars, Inc in structuring the long-term PPA that put the project together.
May 09, 2019, By Luke Marriott
Global CPG Executive Joins CRS
Brice Russell joins CRS as the Business Development Director.
Jul 24, 2018, By Scott Shander
Mars Enters the Solar System
CRS structured and delivered a pioneering corporate VPPA in Australia for Mars, Inc and Total Eren’s Kiamal Solar Farm.
May 31, 2018, By Scott Shander
Market Price Risk and the “Hockey Stick PPA”
CRS in collaboration with the Rocky Mountain Institute authored an article on financial risk tolerance as it relates to PPAs and the perils of accepting advisor forecasts.
Mar 21, 2016, By L. Marriott, S. Shander, and P. Natali (RMI)