Heather Clancy, GreenBiz

Heather Clancy


Allendale, NJ, United States

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Recent articles by Heather:

Why datacenter giant Equinix is buying a bevy of Bloom fuel cells

Here's what the big deal means for fuel cells and corporate sustainability. → Read More

What Siemens, Tesla and Philips have in common

They rank high among these 200 public companies benefiting from the transition to a low-carbon economy. → Read More

In Denver, it took a village to build a microgrid

Fifteen contracts were involved in getting the grid-tied Pena Station off the ground. → Read More

Why travel giant Expedia paid a premium for these carbon offsets

At least 60 percent of the revenue related to COTAP offsets goes directly to addressing economic inequity. → Read More

Microsoft's cloud serves up energy emissions data in near real time

The service, based on RMI's WattTime, tracks the carbon dioxide, sulphur and other atmospheric-polluting emissions produced by specific power plants. → Read More

Why Intel, NRG and Prologis believe in onsite clean energy

There is still plenty of room for innovation, even if your company rents its offices or factories. → Read More

Salesforce blesses San Francisco's clean energy program

The software giant says it's a cost-effective way to source clean electricity quickly. → Read More

Why JPMorgan Chase committed $200 billion to 'clean' financing

The biggest U.S. bank is embracing renewable energy and green infrastructure projects in a big way. → Read More

More mayors are appointing chief resilience officers

As cities take climate matters into their own hands, all 24 U.S. members of the 100 Resilient Cities Network have added the CRO title. → Read More

Utility coalition invests in EV charging firm Greenlots

It’s another indicator of how critical electric vehicles could become to grid demand management. → Read More

3 ways EVs could sideswipe the 'rules' of urban living

Or, what I learned by attending the inaugural Formula-E championship race in New York. → Read More

Some troubling new math on carbon reductions

It’s official: 100 companies officially have declared their intention to move entirely to renewable energy. But real reductions will require bolder action from the fossil fuels sector. → Read More

An 'oli' from Hawaii, where the Aloha spirit greets clean energy

From tourism to transportation, businesses in the 50th state are rallying behind its commitment to addressing the impacts of climate change. But cultural considerations will dictate the pace of progress. → Read More

How Apple is moving its supply chain toward clean energy

So far, the tech giant has helped eight companies move toward solar and wind power. The latest commitment, by Jabil, represents the largest pledge yet. → Read More

3 ways Hawaii is driving toward sustainable transportation

Plus, an electric vehicle adoption statistic you should remember. → Read More

Hawaii's energy transition needs local entrepreneurs to thrive

The state is home to nationally recognized startup incubators that are hoping to hatch innovations in both technologies and business models. → Read More

No funds for that project? It may be time to ask the crowd

As crowdfunding matures, startups experiment with niche sites focused on sustainability. → Read More

At Enel and AGL, utilities beyond the U.S. embrace low-carbon future

Why they’re listening to customers more closely than ever to get there. → Read More

30 Under 30, one year later: Acclaim, aspirations and advice for Trump

Despite a radical shift in the U.S. worldview, last year’s honorees are more determined than ever to uphold the cause of sustainable business. → Read More

“We must not waver”: Cities vow leadership in climate fight

As the United States sounds its intent to pull out of the Paris agreement, mayors around the world recommit to bold and pioneering actions to cut carbon emissions. → Read More