Tortoise Announces Rebranding of Its Sustainable-Focused Investing Strategies to Ecofin

Tortoise has announced that it rebranded its sustainable-focused investing strategies to Ecofin. The parent company, now named TortoiseEcofin, acquired Ecofin Limited in 2018 as part of its efforts to expand its sustainable investing expertise and global footprint.

“As the demand for sustainable and impact products has continued to grow, we made the strategic decision to house our products dedicated to impact and sustainability under one umbrella, Ecofin,” said Kevin Birzer, CEO of TortoiseEcofin. “We continue our focus on essential assets investing through two separate brands: Tortoise, which focuses on power & energy infrastructure and energy evolution; and Ecofin, which focuses on sustainable infrastructure, energy transition, water & environment and social impact.”

Ecofin is a sustainable investment firm with a mission to generate strong risk-adjusted returns while making a positive impact on society. The Ecofin team manages approximately $1.2 billion in assets under management as of August 31, 2020.

“Ecofin is

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Successful Strategies for Remote Education

As educational institutions—from K-12 to higher education—prepare to open this fall, they are doing so under circumstances never before experienced or imagined. This is causing a re-evaluation of strategies and tactics required to fulfill the educational mission, maintain the value and efficacy of technology investments, and keep students’ educational experience moving forward.

“In a time of crisis, it’s even more important to remember your goals. That way you don’t wind up wasting investments, you stay on the same page, you’re focused on the well-being of the kids, and you keep your top priorities the same,” says Matt Dascoli, senior K-12 education strategist at Dell Technologies. “School systems need to stay focused on their mission and their vision of what they want from that mission.”

This new and rapidly evolving dynamic is forcing a shift in both educational processes and technology. With more students than ever learning remotely, access is clearly

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Education Apps Market Research Report with Industry Share, Size and Strategies to Boost Growth: Covid-19 Impact And Recovery

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Sep 24, 2020 (The Expresswire) —
“Final Report will add the analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on this industry.”

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Smart devices allow a user to install apps and learn subjects. The audio and video files can be viewed and stored anytime. The option of

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Leadership, Security, Communication: The Three COVID Coping Strategies For Education

Schools around the world adapting to the new realities that have resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic. Uncertainty is widespread as officials from K-12 through higher education work hard to keep students, educators, and staff safe, while providing the best possible learning environments.

There’s a lot of flux around how and where education will take place this fall and beyond. However,  one constant is that technology will play a central role in any and all eventual scenarios.

We reached out to technology influencers and experts to explore some of the challenges, options, and strategies under consideration for education IT decision-makers. With a focus on decisions around critical infrastructure components like data management, networking and security, we asked:

  • What are some strategies and tactics IT leaders in education should take to cope with this uncertainty?

A Time for Leadership

Our experts offered a diverse menu of ideas, but one theme stands out:

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