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Energy Efficiency  -  November 21, 2019

Richmond City Council approves clean energy loan program

The Richmond, Va., City Council has approved the city's first C-PACE program, which will allow commercial property owners to gain loans to pursue clean energy improvements on their buildings.
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GHG Emissions  -  November 21, 2019

The RealReal commits to 2021 carbon neutrality

The RealReal, an online marketplace for consigned luxury goods, committed Nov. 20 to be carbon neutral by 2021 in response to a call to action by sustainability leaders within the fashion industry.
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GHG Emissions  -  November 18, 2019

The Business Benefits of a Low-Carbon Future: Science-Based Targets

Increased profitability, improved efficiency, greater innovation, and access to capital are four competitive advantages to setting science-based targets (SBTs). However, while many companies have made commitments to set SBTs, the path to achieving them isn’t as clear. Learn six key steps to starting your SBT journey, risks to consider and how to optimize strategy.
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November 15, 2019

Energy in the C Suite

Which stakeholder groups are emerging to influence Fortune 500 sustainability strategies? How are executives responding to climate and energy risks by setting carbon prices or zero-carbon transition dates? Learn this, and more, from ENGIE's white paper, "Energy in the C Suite: How finance leaders and other executives are responding to climate risk and the new energy environment."
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Microgrids  -  November 13, 2019

The Affordable Microgrid: Securing Electric Reliability through Outsourcing

Microgrids are an integral part of any pre-emptive storm hardening or business resiliency planning. This report from Enchanted Rock notes universities, business parks, research institutions, manufacturers and hospitals as just some examples of enterprises deeply dependent on reliable electricity.
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Energy Efficiency  -  November 12, 2019

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust drops emissions, energy intensity

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust saw a 24% decrease in emission intensity, a 12% decrease in energy intensity and instituted various successful energy management practices during the last year, outlined in their 2018 ESG report.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  November 11, 2019

Accelerate Houston and 2nd RE Forum added to SED’s 2020 events

Smart Energy Decisions announced its expanded schedule of events for 2020, including its second city-specific conference and a west coast edition of the Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, which have been added to the line-up.
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November 6, 2019 - By Bloom Energy

Power Outage Solutions: How Businesses Can Protect Themselves from Blackouts

With extreme weather events on the rise – like never-before-seen wildfires and record-breaking bomb cyclones – businesses and communities are taking power security into their own hands. The best way to protect against power outages is to treat the grid as backup and have your own energy source onsite. These are the alternative energy technologies that can power you through grid outages
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Energy Efficiency  -  November 4, 2019

MGM Resorts outlines 2025 energy, sustainability goals

MGM Resorts International announced Nov. 4 a new set of corporate responsibility goals that included energy reduction targets and increased diversity and inclusion.
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Energy Efficiency  -  October 31, 2019

Kansas City hotel receives financing for $8M efficiency project

A new extended-stay hotel under construction in Kansas City recently completed an $8 million Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy transaction to finance the energy efficiency measures to be built into the facility.
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