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Understanding energy use: New research by Fuqua professor Rick Larrick

Rick Larrick, Fuqua School of Business professor and faculty director of EDGE, has put much of his time and energy into helping people better understand how much energy they use. He has worked on many projects, but the most recent … Continue reading

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Market mechanisms needed to drive energy efficiency

This essay by student Kent Truckor, MEM/MBA Class of 2013, was selected to represent Fuqua School of Business in the TIME/Fortune 2011 “Energy for Tomorrow” competition. As the winner of Fuqua’s essay competition, Kent earned the opportunity to join EDGE, … Continue reading

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More on Energy Efficiency Lessons from EDF Climate Corps

Our friends over at EDF Climate Corps have done a great job of highlighting the key insights from our recent conference on “Capturing the Energy Efficiency Opportunity: Lessons from EDF Climate Corps.” Emily Reyna, a Climate Corps graduate and current … Continue reading

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Capturing the Energy Efficiency Opportunity

Energy efficiency is not a new idea.  In a way, it is a fundamental characteristic of capitalist economies, since companies are constantly hunting for opportunities to produce more economic value at a lower cost, so finding ways of reducing the … Continue reading

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