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News  -  December 2, 2020

Vail Resorts to achieve 93% renewable electricity by 2023

December 2, 2020

Vail Resorts announced Dec. 1 that it will be 93% powered by renewable electricity across all its resorts by 2023 through some key deals that the company recently completed....read more

News  -  December 2, 2020

Uber, JetBlue, and other transportation leaders join The Climate Pledge

December 2, 2020

Uber, JetBlue, Boom Supersonic, Rivian and Cabify announced Dec. 2 that they are the newest signatories of Amazon’s The Climate Pledge representing a growing commitment within the transportation sector to transitioning to a green economy....read more

News  -  December 2, 2020

St. Louis rolls out electric bus charging management system

December 2, 2020

The St. Louis Metro Transit is planning the largest U.S. battery-electric bus fleet changing project with a capacity of 4.35 MW, made of 20 150 kW and three 450 kW chargers....read more

Research  -  December 2, 2020

The Value of Microgrids: Challenges and Opportunities

Type: White Paper
Date Published: 12/2/2020
Source: Bloom Energy
Primary Topic: Microgrids

December 2, 2020

Today's energy landscape is riddled with challenges – which are unfortunately fitting with the many difficulties 2020 has delivered. The rising frequency and severity of extreme weather events in recent years have underscored the need for improved energy resiliency, while COVID-19 reminds us how vulnerable we are to disruptions that impact the production and distribution of goods and services. As this white paper from Bloom Energy notes, power outages have a huge impact on businesses, leading to tangible expenses and ongoing business disruption, so implementing localized microgrids is now a strategic imperative for businesses....read more

Columns  -  November 11, 2020 - By David Solsky, Envizi

Carbon Accounting is Complex. Software Can Help.

November 11, 2020 - By David Solsky, Envizi

While making commitments and quantifying results is the critical first step to a carbon reduction journey, companies will find that carbon accounting and the process to reach traceable, auditable metrics can be complicated. This column from David Solsky, CEO and Co-Founder of Envizi, explains why it is critical to get started with a proactive approach. and why spending time doing the hard work now is time well spent. ...read more

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