The Venetian Resort New Renewable Energy Commitment and Seafood Partnership Drives Exciting Future for Resort Sustainability
LAS VEGAS, June 5, 2019 /3BL Media/ -- The Venetian Resort today announced elevated support for the development of green power and sustainable seafood at the iconic Las Vegas hotel and convention center. The announcement coincides with United Nations-sponsored World Environment Day on June 5.
Beginning in May, the company entered into a partnership with NV Energy to offset 100% of the annual electricity consumption at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas and Sands Expo & Convention Center through the purchase of Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs).
Responsible landfill management involves the proper handling of landfill gas and liquids, which are byproducts of the decomposition of waste. It requires considerable science, engineering and technology to manage an evolving waste stream in a manner that is protective of the air, land and water for generations to come. It also involves a relentless commitment to innovation.
Solar is soaring, but some are stopping at no end to stall its success.
Solar is on fire. According to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Energy Infrastructure Report, solar and wind represented 100% of the nation’s new generating capacity in April. The U.S. Energy Information Agency reports that, among the U.S. renewable portfolio, solar is growing the fastest, primarily because of the cost benefit—the price of solar photovoltaics (PV) has plummeted 99% over the last four decades, from $74/watt in 1972 to less than $.07/watt in 2014.
VolunteerMatch is thrilled to announce the finalists for its 2013 Corporate Volunteer Awards. Winners will be saluted at a ceremony during the 2013 VolunteerMatch Client Summit, scheduled to take place May 16, 2013, at New York University in New York City.
This marks the eighth year that VolunteerMatch has canvassed its community of 170 business clients to find the top performing programs across sectors. From banking and finance to airlines to real estate to energy, the finalists represent a cross-section of committed action in corporate community involvement.