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June 15, 2020

Webinar replay: Navigating Energy Planning in a COVID-19 Economy/ERCOT

The value of certainty and stability is more evident than ever, especially in today's world. For businesses looking to understand change and, better yet, to be prepared for it, this important webinar from NRG brings together a diverse panel of experts to provide insights on market impacts in ERCOT related to COVID-19 including energy pricing, supply choices, and regulatory actions.
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Energy Efficiency  -  April 22, 2020 - By David Reid, Celanese

Virtual Innovation Summit Keynote: The Evolution of Energy Management at Celanese

Smart Energy Decisions is proud to present a 2020 Virtual Innovation Summit keynote presentation from David Reid, Global Energy and Productivity Leader at Celanese.
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Energy Procurement  -  April 21, 2020

Port of Seattle inks RNG contract to halve operational emissions

The Port of Seattle Commission announced April 15 that they approved a contract that will enable the Port to achieve its goal of reducing emissions by 50% before 2030 almost a decade early.
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February 7, 2020

GM accelerates sustainability commitments

General Motors announced the acceleration of their previous sustainability commitments this week, with a new goal to source renewable energy 10 years earlier than originally stated.
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Energy Efficiency  -  January 31, 2020

Innovation Summit adds speakers, announces sponsors

The 2020 Innovation Summit expands its roster of speakers and announces its first wave of supplier sponsors as it gears up for the start of the event on March 9-11 at the Houstonian Hotel in Houston. Focusing on “ The Future of Energy Management, the Innovation Summit is designed to help energy and sustainability executives from large electric power users build and execute their energy management strategies.
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Energy Procurement  -  January 29, 2020

Beyond the Meter Podcast - Episode 1: Renewable Energy Procurement Trends

This replay of the first episode of Beyond the Meter explores the renewable energy outlook with guests from Bloomberg NEF and Duke Energy Renewables. The discussion offers a broad overview of the current state of the renewable energy industry, the challenges currently being addressed, and an optimistic perspective relating to what can be done to make renewable energy more available and useful in the future.
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Energy Efficiency  -  January 17, 2020

Microsoft commits to being carbon negative by 2030

Microsoft committed to being carbon negative by 2030 and removing all the carbon it has emitted either directly or by electrical consumption since 1975 before 2050 in a report released Jan. 16.
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Energy Efficiency  -  October 26, 2019

Weekend reads: Are utilities missing DER opportunities?; The nation's first all-Tesla cab fleet

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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Energy Storage  -  October 21, 2019

The Business of Standalone Grid-Scale Energy Storage in Northern States

Battery storage is still in its infancy, especially in northern states, though there are signs of traction. In this white paper, EDF Renewables notes that new developments are creating excitement for the prospects of grid reliability with increasing renewable penetration.
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Energy Procurement  -  October 14, 2019

The Home Depot, AT&T, Duke Energy featured in latest Beyond the Meter episodes

Building on the popularity of its initial three-episode release, Smart Energy Decisions continues its podcast series with three new episodes of Beyond the Meter, featuring guests from The Home Depot, AT&T, and Duke Energy.
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