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GHG Emissions  -  June 1, 2022

Smart Energy Decisions Webinar Center

Catch up with the latest Smart Energy Decisions webcasts on-demand at the Webinar Center - your go-to resource for presentations you need to help you make the best decisions for your energy strategies. Recent webinars include "How to Optimize your Energy Strategy to Cut Costs, Increase Resilience and Secure Sustainable Growth," "Managing Fleet Electrification - Real-life Insights from GM, Houston, Portland, and Genentech," "Energy Storage & Demand Response: A Lucrative Combination," "Optimizing Facility Design for Both Decarbonization and Resiliency - It's Not Too Good to Be True!", and "reLED=Efficiency2: Upgrade Legacy LEDs to Improve Performance and Savings."
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GHG Emissions  -  May 31, 2022

Xylem Updates Emission Progress

Global water technology company Xylem reduced its operational footprint, including cutting Scope 1 and 2 GHG emission intensity by 12% versus 2019.
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May 28, 2022

Weekend Reads: Auto Giants Call for EV Battery Development; Harnessing Solar Power from Space

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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Solar  -  May 25, 2022

Colorado Adds Income-Qualified Community Solar

A 41 MW community solar portfolio will be developed in Colorado to serve income-qualified households beneath an established income threshold.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 24, 2022

Sysco To Buy Up to 800 Electric Tractors

Sysco Corporation, a global foodservice distribution company, and Daimler Truck North America (DTNA) announced a Letter of Intent (LOI) to deploy up to nearly 800 battery electric Freightliner eCascadia tractors.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 24, 2022

Hyundai Invests $10B in U.S., EV Battery Plant

Hyundai Motor Group (HMG), reaffirmed its commitment to expanding investment in the U.S. with plans to spend over USD $10 billion to accelerate innovation and mobility electrification.
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May 23, 2022 - By Dr. Wolfgang Bauer, Michigan State University

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Needs a Fundamental Redesign

While electric vehicles presently only amount to a small percentage of new vehicles purchased in the US, now is time to make plans for how to charge all these EVs once they become the dominant form of transportation. Dr. Wolfgang Bauer of Michigan State University offers a solution: swappable batteries.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 20, 2022

Smart Energy Voices Podcast: Best Practices in Vehicle Fleet Electrification

In this episode of Smart Energy Voices, host John Failla introduces Gary Glasscock of the City of Houston and Ryan Martin of EVolve Houston. This panel conversation highlights the innovative public-private partnership between these two groups as the city moves towards a 2030 goal to convert its nonemergency, light-duty vehicles to EVs.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 13, 2022

Arizona Universities Partner for Carbon-Neutral Goals

Three Arizona public universities formed an interdisciplinary coalition with four energy providers to achieve a carbon neutral economy in Arizona and establish a regional clean hydrogen hub.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 13, 2022

Connecticut EV Charging Program Begins in June

The first electric vehicle (EV) managed charging program in Connecticut, established by the Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA), is an effort to develop statewide EV charging infrastructure.
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