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Energy Efficiency  -  September 28, 2018

Webinar replay: Managing Energy Data from End-to-End

This webinar, sponsored by Urjanet, discusses how corporate energy managers can measure the overarching impact of enterprise-level energy management programs and drive continued value for the future.
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Energy Procurement  -  August 15, 2018

Survey shows businesses moving energy onsite

A majority of businesses expect to take control of their own energy use by generating one-quarter of their electricity onsite by 2025, with 81% of U.S. businesses predicting this change will occur within the next seven year.
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August 7, 2018

Digital Realty aggregates customer demand to cut energy costs

Digital Realty, a global provider of data center, colocation, and interconnection solutions, announced it is contracting electricity supply in bulk to achieve lower prices throughout the year, while simultaneously providing protection against escalating prices during seasonal spikes.  
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Sourcing Renewables  -  July 13, 2018 - By Peter Bronksi, Henry Richardson

Corporations can generate one-third more impact with their renewables investment. Here’s how.

Recent weeks and months have seen a near-constant stream of headlines about the ongoing growth of corporate renewable energy procurement, including here in Smart Energy Decisions. It all boils down to a single, encouraging takeaway: corporate leaders and investment is a major influence driving renewable energy capacity additions.
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June 29, 2018

Execs from Starbucks, Intuit, and Kingspan to headline October RE Sourcing Forum

Smart Energy Decisions has announced that executives from Starbucks, Intuit, and Kingspan will be featured keynote speakers at the Fall edition of SED’s Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum on October 1-3, 2018 at the Ponte Vedra Inn & Club in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  June 26, 2018

Seven U.S. cities join RE initiative

Seven U.S. cities to date have agreed to partner on a single Request for Information (RFI) for competitive pricing of large-scale renewable energy projects. Led by Mayor Martin J. Walsh of Boston, participating cities include Chicago, Evanston, Ill., Houston, Los Angeles, Orlando, and Portland, Ore. 
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Energy Efficiency  -  June 15, 2018

Energy innovation by large corporations power Ohio growth

Large corporations, including Campbell Soup Company, General Motors, JP Morgan Chase & Co., and Owens Corning were among those cited as leading investors in energy innovation in Ohio.
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June 6, 2018

Serving renewable energy's full spectrum

Renewable energy solutions have focused on small and large business, but mid-sized companies are often overlooked. This white paper, presented by WGL Energy, offers new approaches and innovative solutions for those companies who find themselves in this "green-energy gap."
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Energy Procurement  -  June 5, 2018

CSU pivots towards green tariff

After reviewing 75 proposed projects from 27 companies with the goal of reaching 100% renewable energy by 2030, Colorado State University has decided not to move forward with any of these projects. Instead, the university will pivot to a strategy of joining four other Fort Collins electricity users in a green tariff.
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Energy Storage  -  May 7, 2018

Tesla energy storage up, solar down

Tesla almost tripled its entire 2017 energy storage deployment volume in the first quarter of 2018 alone, while its solar deployments have declined to the lowest level since 2014.
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