GHG Emissions - February 10, 2021
Wellesley College, a liberal arts institution near Boston, announced on Feb. 10 that it is replacing its central utility plant to reduce demand costs and use of natural gas in an effort to meet its environmental sustainability objectives.
GHG Emissions - January 23, 2021
It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
GHG Emissions - January 18, 2021
Kia announced new branding on Jan. 15 to create sustainable mobility solutions for customers. Signaling the brand breaking away from its traditional manufacturing-driven business model, Kia will form a new corporate name, removing ‘Motors’ from its name (previously ‘Kia Motors Corporation’).
Energy Storage - January 12, 2021
Vermont’s State House is the first in the nation to have clean backup power stored in batteries, according to an article Vermont Business Magazine shared on Jan. 5.
Sourcing Renewables - January 6, 2021
The Alliance Center, an event and collaborative working space in downtown Denver, Colo., announced Jan. 5 that it will be installing a Vehicle-to-Building energy system onsite to provide power to the building through electric vehicles at the location.
Distributed Energy Resources - December 23, 2020
The 2020 State of Distributed Energy Resources Study, conducted by Smart Energy Decisions and sponsored by NRG, explores the usage, consideration, drivers, and barriers for DERs among large electric power users.
Solar - December 23, 2020
New York State’s largest onsite solar-plus-storage system was approved to begin development at John F. Kennedy International Airport and will provide power for AirTrain JFK and the surrounding communities.
Energy Storage - December 17, 2020
New York State will soon be reaping the benefits of utility-scale battery storage through a new project in Astoria, Queens.