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Microgrids  -  May 9, 2022

Revolutionizing the Supply Chain: Resiliency and Microgrids

Today’s retail supply chain is more interactive, digitally connected and networked than ever before. But a single unplanned break in the cycle due to a power outage can have a ripple effect – disrupting operations, creating losses, and compromising contracts as well as customer relationships. “Revolutionizing the Supply Chain: Resiliency and Microgrids” from Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions breaks down how microgrids can help retailers, suppliers, manufacturing facilities and transportation ports maximize uptime and achieve the energy resiliency they need.

GHG Emissions  -  May 9, 2022

Dairy Companies Use Seaweed to Cut Emissions

Three dairy companies -- Ben & Jerry's, Straus Family Creamery, and Clover Sonoma -- signed deals with Blue Ocean Barns to use its natural seaweed supplement for their cows as a method to cut the GHG footprint of their farm operations.

GHG Emissions  -  May 4, 2022

Alcoa Cuts Emissions, Adds RE

Alcoa made strides in improving its environmental footprint, including achieving a 9.1% decrease in carbon dioxide equivalent emissions and a 15.4% decrease in landfilled waste in 2021.

GHG Emissions  -  May 4, 2022

PPG Cuts Emissions at Italy Plant

PPG announced the startup of a power-generation facility at its Quattordio, Italy, automotive paint and coatings manufacturing site that is expected to reduce energy costs by 13% and carbon dioxide emissions by 10% annually.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  May 3, 2022

Daimler Buses Offers CO2-Neutral Vehicles

Daimler Buses aims to offer locally CO2-neutral vehicles based on batteries and hydrogen in every segment by 2030 and will focus initially on the core markets of Europe and Latin America.

GHG Emissions  -  April 27, 2022

SED's 2022 Innovation Summit Wrap-Up

As we prepare for SED's June Renewable Energy Forum, look back at the 2022 Innovation Summit, held in March at The Houstonian Hotel, Club and Spa, as our community of energy and sustainability buyers and suppliers gathered to focus on creating energy management strategies to hit emission reduction targets.

GHG Emissions  -  April 26, 2022

GM Asks Suppliers to Sign ESG Pledge

General Motors announced a new pledge that asks global suppliers to join the company in a commitment to carbon neutrality, social responsibility programs, and sustainable procurement practices in their supply chain operations.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 19, 2022

Frito-Lay Begins Use of Electric Fleet in Texas

Frito-Lay announced a new electric fleet that will serve the Carrollton area near Dallas Fort Worth, Texas.

Sourcing Renewables  -  April 19, 2022

CEMEX to Turn CO2 Into Sustainable Aviation Fuel

CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. continues its plan to reach a net zero future by joining with integrated chemicals and energy company Sasol ecoFT and renewable energy company ENERTRAG to create sustainable fuel.

Energy Efficiency  -  April 18, 2022 - By Stephen Harper, Intel

Intel Makes Climate Change Commitment, Calls for Matching Federal Policy Ambition

Meeting the challenge of climate change will require nothing short of a reinvention of how we produce and consume energy. This column from Stephen Harper, Intel's Senior Director of Environment and Energy Policy, explains why aggressive actions by private and public sectors are required.

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