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Distributed Energy Resources  -  October 10, 2022 - By Better Buildings

Multifamily Better Climate Challenge Partners Drive the EV Conversation

Despite differences in portfolio size, location, and target market, multifamily housing providers Foundation Communities and Veris Residential have chosen similar paths in pursuit of their sustainability goals. In this column from the Better Climate Challenge (BCC), learn how both companies have committed to cutting their carbon emissions in half and their shared belief in the growing importance of electric vehicles (EVs) to reducing emissions – from residents as well as their own operations.  
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  October 6, 2022

Union Pacific Adds EVs  

Union Pacific is reaching the railroad’s sustainability goals by adding dozens of electric vehicles to its systemwide fleet.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  October 5, 2022

New Mexico DOT Provides Grant for EV Projects

The New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) selected Kit Carson Electric Cooperative’s (KCEC) EV projects to receive $800,000 in grant funds.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  October 4, 2022

Los Angeles County Adds EV Chargers at Walt Disney Concert Hall

The County of Los Angeles announced the addition of 40 electric vehicle (EV) Level 2 charging stations and 3 DC Fast Chargers in the parking garage at The Music Center’s iconic Walt Disney Concert Hall.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  October 3, 2022

Beyond the Meter - Episode 18: Getting the Green Light for Energy Projects

The Beyond the Meter podcast returns as host John Failla is joined by three Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions team members - Mark Adams, Business Development Manager; Mike York, Strategic Account Manager; and Wayne Johnson, Key Segment Manager for Education - to walk through practical steps toward gaining approval for resiliency projects.
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GHG Emissions  -  October 3, 2022

Santa Monica Adopts Zero Emission Building  and EV Charger Codes

The Santa Monica City Council adopted two policies that will drastically reduce the carbon footprint of new construction projects and facilitate EV adoption in Santa Monica beginning January 1, 2023.
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September 30, 2022

Insights from the December 2021 Renewable Energy Forum

As we look forward to the next edition of the Renewable Energy Forum, December 6-8, 2022 in Huntington Beach, CA, let's take a look back at last year's edition of this Forum as energy buyers and suppliers came together to share ideas on collaborating for zero-carbon future.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  September 29, 2022

WinCoFoods Installs EV Charging in Nevada, California

WinCo Foods, a family of 138 employee-owned grocery stores, announced the opening of the first EVgo public fast charging station for the grocery store chain in Nevada and in two additional WinCo Food locations in California.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  September 28, 2022

White House Approves EV Deployment Plan

The Biden-Harris Administration announced it has approved Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Deployment Plans for all 50 States, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico ahead of schedule under the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula.
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GHG Emissions  -  September 27, 2022

Race to Net-Zero Episode 2: Outlining your journey: Houston's landmark Climate Action Plan, with Priya Zachariah

In this episode of the Race to Net-Zero, host John Failla sits down with Priya Zachariah, Chief Resilience and Sustainability Officer for the City of Houston, and Greg Kandankulam, Director of Sustainability Advisory at NRG. They discuss the importance of the sustainability goal-setting process and programs the city of Houston has implemented to achieve its ambitious public commitments.
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