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Energy Efficiency  -  June 30, 2017 - By Ryan Spies

Competing for efficiency in the manufacturing industry

Ryan Spies, manager of sustainability and energy for Saint-Gobain in North America, suggests that a sense of competition in the industrial sector can help spur out-of-the-box thinking and improvements needed to drive energy efficiency and meet corporate sustainability targets.
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Energy Efficiency  -  June 30, 2017

Dell aims for 80% energy intensity reduction by 2020

Dell Inc. continues to make progress on its clean energy and energy intensity reduction goals, stating in its fiscal year 2017 sustainability report that it sourced 24% of its electricity from renewable energy sources and has reduced intensity by 54%.
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GHG Emissions  -  June 29, 2017

UPS sets greenhouse gas reduction targets

UPS, one of the world's largest fleet operators, has revised its sustainability commitments to include a specific greenhouse gas emissions target alongside efforts to increase its use of alternative fuels and renewable energy sources.
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GHG Emissions  -  June 28, 2017

GSK ramps efforts toward carbon neutral supply chain

Global healthcare and pharmaceutical company GSK has joined a host of other large corporations making moves to encourage and promote sustainability and energy efficiency among their suppliers.
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Demand Management  -  June 23, 2017 - By Amy Poszywak

EnerNOC to be sold to Italy's Enel for $300M

Following months of corporate struggles and restructurings, demand response provider EnerNOC Inc. said June 22 that it entered an agreement to be acquired by the Enel Group, a multinational power utility company based in Italy.
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GHG Emissions  -  June 20, 2017

Oil majors join GM, PepsiCo & more in carbon tax push

Eleven of the world's biggest companies, including oil majors BP, Exxon Mobil, Shell and Total, have thrown their support behind a proposal for a U.S. carbon tax.
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Energy Efficiency  -  June 19, 2017

ACEEE ranks best, worst utilities for energy efficiency

The American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy has ranked U.S. utilities by the best — and worst — performers on energy efficiency.
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Energy Efficiency  -  June 15, 2017

Energy conservation yields $73M in savings at GM

General Motors has been aggressive in its efforts to reduce the energy intensity of its operations in recent years, including the complete elimination of onsite coal generation at its facilities. 
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Finance  -  June 14, 2017

Apple issues 2nd green bond, urges climate leadership

Doubling down on its corporate commitment to sustainability, Apple Inc. on June 13 issued a $1 billion green bond that builds on its $1.5 billion issuance in February 2016.
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Industrial  -  June 13, 2017

Industrial trade group split over Paris agreement

The Eastman Chemical Co. has discontinued its membership in the Industrial Energy Consumers of America, citing the trade group's opposition to U.S. participation in the Paris climate accord.
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