Meriah Jamieson

Meriah Jamieson

Meriah is a Marketing Strategy Manager at Schneider Electric, specializing in energy and sustainability management. She is particularly interested in integrated resource, carbon and energy management solutions and how businesses can reduce their consumption using these solutions. Having developed a passion for these subjects, and understanding that discussing these topics is not always popular at dinner parties, she enjoys finding like minded people to learn from and share ideas.

Why Solar Energy Prices Are at Record Lows

Spend five minutes on Google and you’ll find news on the plummeting cost of solar energy. And while wind electricity contracts are falling, solar installations are setting record-low prices for… Read more »

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Energy Management with Integrated Decision-Making

Activate an Efficient & Sustainable Future The days of a procurement officer working alone to sign long-term energy contracts are drawing to a close. Same with an operations manager deciding… Read more »

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The Future is Active

As the demand for energy grows and energy becomes more digitized, decentralized and decarbonized, leading companies are changing how electricity, natural gas and other resources are bought and sold, consumed… Read more »

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Buy or Install Renewable Energy? What Every Business Should Know

Choosing the right renewable energy option requires a deep and detailed understanding of current energy spending and usage patterns, budget goals, and risk tolerance. These variables will dictate many of… Read more »

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The Science of Setting Climate Targets

Forward-thinking companies are leading the way to a low-carbon future by setting targets aligned with climate science. A guide to get started. A sea change is underway. More than 75… Read more »

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The Future of Energy and Sustainability Management

Global trends are re-shaping our industry, driving a convergence we call Active Energy Management The energy landscape is rapidly changing. Renewable generation is growing faster than coal, gas and nuclear combined. For… Read more »

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Breconomics: Brexit and the Energy Markets

In the realm of loaded terminology, Brexit stands alone (outside of curse words and pejoratives, perhaps). Essentially non-existent only a year ago, the term given to Britain’s departure from the… Read more »

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You’re Paying Too Much for Energy… No, Really

The low cost of crude oil has suppressed natural gas and electricity prices. Energy is unusually cheap — right now. So, from a purchasing perspective, nothing to see or do here, right?… Read more »

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Why Oil Matters (to Everyone)

With the average U.S. household spending approximately $2,000 per year to fill up their vehicle’s tank, most people know that the price of crude oil is the primary driver of… Read more »

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Sustainability KPIs Every Company Should Track: Financial Risk

Welcome to Sustainability Reporting 2.0 — a new era that combines financial and non-financial factors to paint a clearer picture of the risk, reward and outcomes of sustainability efforts. This multi-dimensional,… Read more »

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