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GHG Emissions  -  April 13, 2022 - By Wayne Balta, IBM

IBM - Continuing to make a positive environmental impact

Over the years, IBM’s environmental commitment has been steadfast and dependable across different eras and priorities and regardless of the topic’s relative popularity. In this column (accompanied by a video), Wayne Balta, Vice President for Environmental Affairs and Product Safety, explores the release of IBM Impact – the company’s new framework for reporting on environmental, social, and governance matters — as the company continues to act upon 21 voluntary environmental goals announced in 2021.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 13, 2022

Colorado Energy Office Adds EV Charging

The Colorado Energy Office announced the completion of the first of six EV fast-charging corridors, located along Highway 40 from Boulder to Dinosaur near the Utah border.

GHG Emissions  -  April 12, 2022

NCR Commits to 2050 Goals

NCR Corporation, an enterprise technology provider, committed to net zero GHG emissions by 2050.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 11, 2022

Supplier Spotlight - The Future of EV Fleets: Overcoming Challenges for Unparalleled Benefits

Vehicle fleet electrification can be a major part of meeting emissions reduction goals. But it is not easy. In this Supplier Spotlight, eIQ Mobility explores current market trends and solutions for a successful transition to electrified fleets.

GHG Emissions  -  April 11, 2022

Mercedes-Benz To Cut Emissions By 50% by 2030

Mercedes-Benz aims to at least halve CO2 emissions per passenger car over the lifecycle by the end of this decade compared to 2020 levels.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 8, 2022

Smart Energy Voices - Episode 62: The Electrification of General Motors

This episode of Smart Energy Voices features a keynote conversation host John Failla had with Rob Threlkeld, Global Manager of Sustainable Energy, Supply, and Reliability at General Motors. Listen in for this update on the dramatic changes at GM, including its commitment to an electric future and how energy is driving the reinvention of the company.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 8, 2022

Chase Adds EV Charging Stations

Chase will add public fast electric vehicle charging stations across 50 of its U.S. branches beginning this summer.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 6, 2022

Port Of Los Angeles Launches Zero Emissions Fund

The Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach launched a new Clean Truck Fund, an initiative designed to help incentivize the development and deployment of zero emission trucks and infrastructure at the ports.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 5, 2022

Maersk Adds Electric Trucks in California

A.P. Moller-Maersk (Maersk) announced the order for 110 additional Volvo VNR Electric Class 8 trucks, increasing its total commitment to 126 trucks.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 4, 2022 - By Better Buildings, U.S. Department of Energy

Ford Motor Company: Dearborn Campus Uses Digital Twin Tool for Energy Plant Management

At Ford’s Dearborn Research and Engineering Campus Central Energy Plant (CEP), the digital twin helps operators and engineers manage energy and operational risks by monitoring the CEP’s energy systems, including the combined heat and power (CHP) system, heat recovery chillers, electric centrifugal chillers, thermal energy storage, and other equipment. This column from the Department of Energy's Better Buildings explores how the design and construction of the CEP ensure that campus building upgrades followed specific sustainability principles.

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