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News  -  June 1, 2023

Newmont Increases Renewable Energy Use

June 1, 2023

Newmont Corporation reported progress on its renewable energy projects at Boddington and Tanami in Australia that have the potential to reduce emissions by up to one million tons of carbon dioxide more

News  -  June 1, 2023

Emera Lowers Emissions by 41%

June 1, 2023

Emera Inc. made a 41% reduction in CO2 emissions across Emera’s operations from 2005 levels and reduced the use of coal in generation by 68% since more

News  -  May 31, 2023

The Hershey Company Sets Goal to Drive Sustainable Transformation

May 31, 2023

With a focus on integrating ESG priorities into its business, The Hershey Company announced a goal is to reduce its environmental impact with a 50% absolute reduction in Scope 1 and 2 GHG emissions by more

Research  -  May 24, 2023

Top 5 Energy Trends for 2023

Type: White Paper
Date Published: 5/24/2023
Author: By Enel
Source: Enel
Primary Topic: Sourcing Renewables

May 24, 2023 - By Enel

In “Top 5 Energy Trends for 2023,” experts from Enel offer insight into critical energy themes, including capturing the value of the Inflation Reduction Act, competing for clean energy amid increasing demand, responding to stakeholder pressure to decarbonize, and more

Columns  -  May 31, 2023 - By Cherylyn Kelley, IMT

Why Leslie Knope Would Be Proud of the New Federal Energy Efficiency Requirements

May 31, 2023 - By Cherylyn Kelley, IMT

In May, the White House announced that HUD and the USDA are proposing to require the latest energy codes as a condition of financing and assisting newly constructed homes. In this column, Cherylyn Kelley at IMT explains why this announcement is a big deal and why, after years of advocacy work by many individuals and organizations, this month’s codes news has her feeling like a Pawnee more

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