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Utilities  -  June 23, 2016

Exelon looks to 200-MW Ohio wind facility as it plans nuclear retirements

Power and utility giant Exelon is reportedly planning to build a 200-MW wind project in Ohio.
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Finance  -  June 22, 2016

Southern Power completes €1.1B green bond issuance to accelerate renewable projects

The U.S. dollar equivalent of the net proceeds from the offering, around $1.2 billion, will be used to finance or invest in renewable energy generation projects in the U.S.
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Energy Procurement  -  June 8, 2016

Toyota enters new 5-year supply deal with onsite solar provisions for North American HQ

Toyota Motor has activated a unique retail electricity supply contract, with provisions for both onsite and offsite renewable power, for its new North American headquarters.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  June 6, 2016

Coal-heavy NRG Energy looks to cut carbon emissions 90% by 2050

NRG Energy, one of largest owners of coal-fired power generation in the country, recently affirmed plans to reduce its carbon emissions over the coming decades.
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Distributed Generation  -  May 27, 2016

Nike targets supply chain with massive logistics center run entirely on renewables

Nike unveiled a massive expansion of its European Logistics Campus; using locally sourced clean power, the distribution center will serve retailers and consumers around the world.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 10, 2016

Lockheed Martin reports 18% reduction in energy use, plans more onsite renewables

Lockheed Martin has pledged to quadruple its onsite renewable generation to 10 MW by the end of 2020 through the EPA's Green Power Partnership.
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Energy Procurement  -  May 9, 2016

How Procurement Strategies Perform in Up and Down Energy Markets

This white paper by Constellation reveals findings of its study on how different energy procurement strategies would have performed over the past 10 years.
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Finance  -  May 6, 2016

Palm Springs approves entry of clean energy financing program for city property owners

The city of Palm Springs, Calif., recently voted to participate in state program to provide financing for energy efficiency and renewable energy upgrades with no out-of-pocket costs.
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Energy Efficiency  -  May 3, 2016 - By Scott Wentzell

Putting the pieces together: Building an energy management program to drive value

What actually makes for a strong, holistic energy management program? The Environmental Defense Fund's Scott Wentzell shares insights from the Climate Corps.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 3, 2016

RE100 touts partnership with Rocky Mountain Institute's Business Renewables Center

The RE100 initiative said in a recent blog post that it has cemented its relationship with the Business Renewables Center, which is part of the Rocky Mountain Institute.
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