Energy used for heating and cooling accounts for around 50% of total global energy demand and 39% of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions. Many organizations have already solved for renewable electricity but not that of thermal energy. As the market moves toward higher prioritization of sustainability, more organizations are considering thermal energy as an emission-savings opportunity. The most common form of renewable thermal energy is solar power harvested from solar collectors which can be used to heat buildings, water and various processes. Geothermal energy is also an option which is the process of generating energy by using heat from deep inside the Earth to generate steam to create electricity. However, the newest, and possibly most convenient is renewable natural gas. More >>