Apartments Waste 33% of The Energy They Use [INFOGRAPHIC]

November 5, 2015 by Andre Bourque

Apartments Waste a Lot of Energy

Apartment buildings waste 33% of energy they use with the most being heating and cooling, and 30% being lost through your roof. What are ways to decrease this inefficiency and save on energy costs and consumption? Find out in this infographic.[read more]

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State Of The Plug-In Electric Vehicle Market, October 2015 [INFOGRAPHIC]

October 9, 2015 by Leslie Hayward

The Electric Vehicle Market

In this latest update to the State of the Electric Vehicle Market Infographic, we look at various facets of the U.S. market: Monthly sales, cumulative sales, market share broken down by model, the status of infrastructure, and fuel prices compared to gasoline vehicles.[read more]

Advanced Energy Leads California Jobs Growth [INFOGRAPHIC]

February 14, 2015 by Lexie Briggs

California Job Growth and Advanced Energy

Everyone knows that advanced energy is bringing jobs to California, but until recently, we didn't know just how many. Companies in California's advanced energy sector are "creating more jobs and investing more money than competitors in any other state."[read more]

Could the World Be 100 Percent Solar? [INFOGRAPHIC]

January 4, 2015 by Tom Schueneman

Solar Energy Adoption and Limits

Perhaps the only thing that is more unrealistic than the idea of a modern world powered 100 percent on solar energy is the idea that extracting every last bit of fossil energy is sustainable, good for the long-term economy or a habitable planet.[read more]

Interoperability is a Smart Grid Necessity [INFOGRAPHIC]

December 11, 2014 by Jared Anderson

Smart Grid Interoperability

Making the power grid smarter and more efficient is becoming a necessity as aging infrastructure requires upgrading, distributed generation sources proliferate and utilities adjust business models to address climate change and other new realities.[read more]

Energy Efficiency Myths, Busted!

July 11, 2014 by Jon Rabinowitz

Efficiency Myths

There are companies, both large and small, already taking advantage of new technologies in the realm of energy and operational efficiencies, demand response, sustainability, and energy management. However, many organizations still have yet to embrace innovation.[read more]

Origins of the Next Wave of Innovation in the Oil & Gas Industry [INFOGRAPHIC]

July 9, 2014 by Roman Kilisek

Energy Industry Innovation

Future oil and natural gas production as well as exploration is expected to take place in some of the most remote and inaccessible places in the world. Reservoirs with the highest commercial potential are seen to be located offshore in deep waters or in the Arctic.[read more]

A Utility's Guide to Mitigating Cybersecurity [INFOGRAPHIC]

April 30, 2014 by Jared Anderson

Utility Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is becoming an increasingly important issue for utilities and other energy companies as more business tasks are connected to online environments in various ways. To address these risks, President Obama issued Executive Order 13636, “Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity.”[read more]

Moon Dust, Space Mirrors, and Global Warming [INFOGRAPHIC]

March 28, 2014 by Jared Anderson

Global Warming Adaptations

You can’t open a newspaper (or news website) these days without seeing an article about the consequences of global warming. The discussion is generally shifting from whether or not climate change is occurring, to mitigation and adaptation strategies.[read more]

The Global Race to Energy Efficiency Starts with Just One Step [INFOGRAPHIC]

March 12, 2014 by Nick Blandford

Race to Energy Efficiency

How much energy was generated by all the participants in the 2013 Schneider Electric Marathon de Paris? Take a look a this infographic and see how the energy generated by all the 2013 runners could light up the Eiffel Tower for three nights![read more]

Why Build Green? [INFOGRAPHIC]

February 4, 2014 by Tom Schueneman

Build Green

This infographic from Green Building Canada displays the many advantages of adopting green building practices for new buildings and retrofitting old ones. At first we may only think of “green building” in terms of environmental benefits, but it goes far beyond that.[read more]

Rare Earth Elements and Sustainable Technology [INFOGRAPHIC]

December 19, 2013 by Tom Schueneman

Rare Earth Elements and Tech

Rare earth elements consist of a group of seventeen chemical elements sectioned together on the periodic table. Since 1950 demand for these elements has exploded as a key component of the technology the drives our modern society.[read more]

How Green is Your State? [INFOGRAPHIC]

July 29, 2013 by Tom Schueneman

Green State by State

An interactive infographic compares each U.S. state on overall “greenness," and also has the ability to measure each state on individual categories of mass transit, renewables, recycling, water quality, air quality, and CO2, and other categories.[read more]


Energy Facts: Map of U.S. Electricity Consumption in 1921

July 26, 2013 by Jesse Jenkins

Cartogram of electricity consumption / Literary Digest 1921

I recently came across a fascinating blast from the past: a wonderful cartogram illustrating the relative level of electricity consumption in each U.S. state circa 1921. The size of each state in the graphic represents the amount of electricity consumed in that state "for light and power."[read more]


Renewable Energy in Numbers [INFOGRAPHIC]

June 11, 2013 by Matthieu Tanguay-Carel

global energy supplies

This infographic looks at our portfolio of renewables and offers an overview of the share of renewables in the energy supply, country by country.[read more]