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GHG Emissions  -  November 15, 2019

UCLA Health Center receives all-electric mobile medical lab

The University of California Los Angeles Health Center received its first all-electric mobile surgical instrument lab (eMSIL), which will travel between the university's Ronald Reagan and Santa Monica campuses to collect, clean, repair, disinfect and sterilize surgical suite instruments while emitting zero emissions.
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Energy Efficiency  -  November 12, 2019

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust drops emissions, energy intensity

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust saw a 24% decrease in emission intensity, a 12% decrease in energy intensity and instituted various successful energy management practices during the last year, outlined in their 2018 ESG report.
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Solar  -  November 11, 2019

Cleveland plans solar installations at 16 city sites

The city of Cleveland, Ohio, is exploring options to install solars array at up to 16 city buildings, such as City Hall and Public Auditorium.
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Solar  -  November 8, 2019

Estée Lauder on track to meet 2020 commitments

The Estée Lauder Companies is on track to meet their 2020 targets of net zero carbon emissions and sourcing 100% renewable energy following recent solar and wind installations and the roll out of energy management improvements across its facilities.
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GHG Emissions  -  November 8, 2019

ExxonMobil invests in carbon capture technology

ExxonMobil signed on Nov. 6 a two-year joint-development agreement with FuelCell Energy, Inc. to optimize carbonate fuel cell technology for large-scale carbon capture, and is exploring opportunities to deploy the technology within its operations.
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Energy Efficiency  -  November 4, 2019

MGM Resorts outlines 2025 energy, sustainability goals

MGM Resorts International announced Nov. 4 a new set of corporate responsibility goals that included energy reduction targets and increased diversity and inclusion.
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Industrial  -  November 1, 2019

Iowa plastics manufacturer unveils solar, battery storage facility

An Iowa-based plastics manufacturer instituted an energy program featuring a joint solar and battery storage project at its new power plant that will give the company greater control, efficiency and reliability in managing expensive electrical peaks.
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GHG Emissions  -  October 31, 2019

Ports of LA and Long Beach convert 100 trucks to RNG engines

The Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach converted over 100 trucks engines from diesel to clean ultra low-NOx engines fueled by renewable natural gas.
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Solar  -  October 22, 2019

Iron Mountain signs largest on-site solar PPA

Iron Mountain Incorporated signed their largest on-site solar PPA to date with a 7.2 MW installation to be implemented at their data center in Edison, N.J.
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October 21, 2019

Bonus Podcast Episode - Look Who Switched to Renewables: Sprint's Journey to Lower Emissions

Smart Energy Decisions' Beyond the Meter podcast presents a bonus episode recorded live at the recent Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, where Amy Bond, energy and sustainability program manager at Sprint, announced the company's first VPPA. And it's a whopper of a deal: a 12-year agreement with Duke Energy Renewables for 173.3 MW of wind in Texas.
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