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GHG Emissions  -  January 23, 2021

Weekend reads: French energy company Total ditches Big Oil; Honolulu's path to carbon neutrality

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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Solar  -  January 22, 2021

Danone signs PPA for power from Europe's largest PV plant

Danone announced on Jan. 21 that it has signed a long-term PPA to obtain power from Europe's biggest photovoltaic plant. The move will allow the global food company to power its plants and factories in Spain with 100% renewable electricity.
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GHG Emissions  -  January 22, 2021

Elon Musk offers $100 million for winning carbon capture technology

Tesla’s Elon Musk announced on Twitter on Jan. 21 that he is offering $100 million prize to whoever develops the “best” technology to capture carbon dioxide emissions.
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Energy Efficiency  -  January 22, 2021

Miller County, Arkansas increases energy efficiency in government buildings

Miller County, Arkansas is almost done with making its five main government office buildings more energy-efficient through measures like heating, lighting, cooling and other improvements.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 21, 2021

Honda obtains 120 MW of wind through VPPA

Following a VPPA last September, Honda will receive 120 MW of renewable power from the recently completed Boiling Springs Wind Farm. Project owner RWE Renewables announced on Jan. 20 that the offtake is one of the largest-ever renewable energy purchases.
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Solar  -  January 21, 2021

Clean energy programs power New York State communities

New York State announced on Jan. 20 that it added three new community choice aggregation programs (CCA) in 2020 to more than 100,000 utility account holders in twelve communities. CCA programs help residents save money in addition to supporting local economic growth and helping to meet state climate goals. 
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GHG Emissions  -  January 21, 2021

Global green hydrogen production set to reach 5.7 million tons by 2030

Frost & Sullivan announced on Jan. 19 that its recent analysis forecasts that global green hydrogen production will skyrocket at a compound annual growth rate of 57% between 2019 and 2030, rising from 40,000 tons to 5.7 million tons.
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Regulation  -  January 20, 2021

President Biden rejoins Paris Agreement

U.S. President Joseph R. Biden fulfilled his promise to rejoin the Paris Agreement on his first day in office. One of 15 executive actions signed from the Oval Office on January 20, the action signals a major policy reversal following four years during which the Trump administration rejected climate science and rolled back environmental regulation to maximize fossil fuel development.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 20, 2021 - By Ceres

Veto of landmark climate bill is a missed opportunity for Massachusetts

The decision by Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker to veto landmark climate legislation is extremely disappointing and a step in the wrong direction for Massachusetts’ ability to mitigate the impacts of the climate crisis, according to this column from Ceres. The organization is calling on state legislators to reintroduce this legislation immediately, noting that the Commonwealth cannot afford to delay the transition to a net-zero emissions future that is already underway.
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GHG Emissions  -  January 20, 2021

Kansas City Southern commits to science-based emissions reduction target

Kansas City Southern, a transportation holding company, announced on Jan. 19 that it has submitted a commitment letter to the science-based targets initiative (SBTi) pledging to establish greenhouse gas emissions reduction.
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