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Carlsbad, CA, United States, 2009/11/05 - Plus, Polycom CEO Bob Hagerty on helping the world cut emissions, anaerobic digestion as the latest technology to convert waste into energy, and more in the November issue of Energy Digital magazine - ExecDigital.com.
Energy Digital magazine, found on EnergyDigital.com, is taking digital magazine technology to an entirely new level in its November issue. In The green movement comes home, a piece on reducing utility bills and thus conserving energy in one’s home, Energy Digital magazine has introduced an interactive page layout never before seen in digital editions. With the top 10 ways to save, numbers are scattered throughout the page and readers scroll over the numbers to receive advice in a way that’s interactive, edgy and the first of its kind.
Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for Northern California Bob Hagerty has no doubt that his company can help companies cut emissions and save fuel through the use of telepresence. By providing an intimate experience, impeccable video quality, true-to-life dimensions and transparent technology, telepresence means we could be saying goodbye to constant flying and long business trips for good. As CEO of Polycom, an established $1.1 billion, market-leading provider of telepresence, video and voice communication solutions, Hagerty is a firm believer in the environmental benefits of Polycom’s telepresence.
On the inefficiencies of global face-to-face communication, Hagerty tells Energy Digital: “It’s unproductive. You’re sending one guy out of 8,000 to communicate, and everyone is happy with it. By doing this, you’re not truly connecting with local enterprise.” Read more of the exclusive Q&A with Bob Hagerty.
Other November Highlights:
• As landfills continue to cause significant environmental issues, including being a major contributor to global warming, increasing numbers of countries are investing in a simple, age-old technology as a solution. It’s known as anaerobic digestion (AD) and is a process that helps break down waste to produce “biogas,” which can then be used to generate energy. See which countries are taking the lead in producing renewable energy through AD;
• Read our profiles of energy companies on the leading edge of the industry, including a host of international firms making an impact today;
The complete November issue of Energy Digital magazine is available at execdigital.com/.
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EnergyDigital.com is a pioneering digital media site exploring energy issues and opportunities facing top executives, with daily, intelligent news, as well as rich and entertaining monthly content via the Energy Digital magazine. EnergyDigital.com meets a previously unmet demand for busy, top-level energy executives, who can find pertinent business news, sector-driven articles, exclusive interviews, and digital tools and resources all in one place. In just two short years, EnergyDigital.com has established offices in Boston, San Diego, Toronto and Norwich, UK, as it aims to build one of the largest global marketplaces for B2B executives.
Entrepreneur Glen White founded EnergyDigital.com in January 2007.