Posts tagged Danielle Fugere
Entergy Responds to Shareholder Distributed Energy Business Model Proposal; Company Commits to Prepare Two-Degree Risk Report

“Entergy, like the rest of the utility sector, is at an existential fork in the road.  Choose the wrong path and it will run into a huge competitive threat, namely in the form of consumer-owned rooftop solar and storage,” said Natasha Lamb, Managing Partner, Arjuna Capital.  “Anticipate the threat and Entergy can turn instead toward distributed energy as business opportunity.” 


“Utility customers, both large and small, are demanding clean energy. Utility companies must adapt or lose business,” noted Lila Holzman, Energy Program Manager, As You Sow. “Entergy’s commitment to undertake a two-degree carbon risk analysis is a positive step and shows the company is thinking about how it will thrive in a low carbon future.”

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As You Sow Challenges Chevron to Take Immediate Action on Methane Emissions

In a new shareholder resolution, As You Sow and Dominican Sisters of Hope, Congregation of St. Joseph, Adrian Dominican Sisters, and Dignity Health are calling upon Chevron to report to shareholders on how it is detecting and mitigating methane emissions, a leading cause of climate change. Methane, the primary component of natural gas, has an intense, short-term climate forcing impact, at least 84 times that of carbon over 20 years. San Ramon-based Chevron is ranked near the top (17th out of the 100 highest) methane emitters from onshore production based on a 2016 study.

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