Amy Poszywak

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Iron Mountain data centers now 100% wind powered

Storage and information management services company Iron Mountain has a new selling point for its data center customers: The business is now 100% powered by renewable energy.
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Advocates call on Amazon to save struggling nukes

As the fate of two Ohio nuclear plants continues to hang in the balance, a group of "concerned citizens, scientists, business leaders, conservationists and community leaders" in the state have called on Amazon.com Inc. to help support them.
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PepsiCo adopts science-based GHG reduction goal

PepsiCo has joined a growing list of U.S. corporations that are linking their greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets with climate science.
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Revised Trump budget details big EPA, DOE cuts

The Trump administration on May 23 released a revised version of its fiscal 2018 federal budget proposal that calls for significant cuts to programs that have historically supported environmental protections, renewable energy and energy efficiency.
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JPMorgan: Building efficiency will cut emissions 20%

A leader in energy efficiency among the commercial sector, JPMorgan Chase & Co. took a number of ambitious steps in 2016 that helped move the needle on its goal of reducing its greenhouse gas emissions 50% by 2020.
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As Trump reportedly prepares to ditch Paris accord, corporate giants make furious final plea

CEOs from some of the largest corporations including Apple Inc., Exxon Mobil, Dow Chemical Co. and Tesla Inc. have revved up their vocal opposition to the U.S.'s departure from the Paris climate agreement.
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Trump says US will exit Paris climate agreement

President Donald Trump on June 1 officially announced his decision to withdraw the U.S. from the Paris climate agreement but begin negotiations to re-enter on terms that are "more fair to the United States" and its workers.
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Nevada lawmakers pass bills to restore net metering, raise renewables standard, launch community solar

Evidence of a shift in clean energy policies in Nevada, the state Legislature this week passed a series of industry-backed bills that will increase the state's use of renewable energy and customer access to it.
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Leveraging commodities arm, Goldman Sachs inks 1st wind PPA

Levering the expertise of its internal commodities trading arm, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. signed its first power purchase agreement for wind energy that is matched, roughly, to the size of its North American electricity load.
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Solar companies prepare to flock back into Nevada

Following the passage of a series of clean energy industry-friendly bills by the Nevada Legislature, at least three solar companies have announced plans to restart operations in the state if and when Gov. Brian Sandoval signs them into law.
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Lyft sets renewable energy goal for autonomous cars

Ride-sharing company Lyft announced a bold new climate goal for its platform: All electric autonomous vehicles will be powered by 100% renewable energy.
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Groups release US grid study ahead of DOE's

A new study funded by the Advanced Energy Economy and the American Wind Energy Association has found that the shifting U.S. electricity resource mix does not threaten the reliability of the country's power system.
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Pennsylvania university touts largest efficiency project

As an increasing number of colleges and universities turn to energy use reductions as a way to lower their expenses, a Pennsylvania university is on track to save thousands after deploying a series of upgrades that have reduced electricity use more than 20%.
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EnerNOC to be sold to Italy's Enel for $300M

Following months of corporate struggles and restructurings, demand response provider EnerNOC Inc. said June 22 that it entered an agreement to be acquired by the Enel Group, a multinational power utility company based in Italy.
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Management shakeup underway at Edison Energy

A number of leadership changes have been made at Edison Energy LLC amid a strategic review of the unregulated energy advisory arm of utility holding company Edison International, including the departure of President Allan Schurr.
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