Studies on corporate wellness programs have shown that companies that proactively focus on improving employee health and well-being see significant benefits including a reduction in lost work days and employee healthcare costs. One of the key drivers of success for wellness programs is the proactive nature of monitoring and managing lifestyle factors such as nutrition and fitness. More...

For some time now, many commercial and government organizations have acknowledged the urgent need to transform into a sustainable, low-carbon society. The inevitability of the energy transition has driven many countries to embark on their own energy transformation journeys. For example, Europe aims to become energy-neutral by 2050 with the EU’s Clean Energy Package, which is intended to facilitate this transition and help the EU stay competitive through this period of change. More...

Utilities face a fundamental dilemma. Due to unprecedented pressure to support the move to an energy-efficient and low-carbon system, they face the paradox of encouraging consumers to consume less of what they sell and distribute—electricity. Their efforts have been quite successful, and with energy efficiency estimated to account for 40% of the contribution to global cumulative CO2 reductions by 2050, they are expected to continue to be as effective. More...

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