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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 17, 2019

Announcing Accelerate Philly and local Host Committee members

Registration is now live and the Host and Steering Committees announced for Accelerate Philly, a landmark regional clean energy conference to be held December 9-10 at the Logan Hotel in Philadelphia.
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Commercial  -  October 17, 2019

Ford offers largest EV charging network, increased connectivity software

Ford announced Oct. 17 a new program that will make the integration of an electric vehicle lifestyle more easily accessible to its future customers, including the introduction of more public charging stations in North America.
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October 16, 2019

LevelTen Q3 2019 PPA Price Index Reveals Competition and Expiring Tax Credits as Main Driver on PPA Prices

LevelTen provides a quarterly in-depth look at PPA offer price averages submitted through the LevelTen Marketplace, for both wind and solar projects, in five independent system operator (ISO) regions. In addition to reporting on how much PPA offer prices have changed, they conducted a survey of renewable energy market developers with active projects in the LevelTen Marketplace to explore why prices changed.
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Energy Efficiency  -  October 16, 2019

PepsiCo issues $1 billion Green Bond

PepsiCo Inc. announced Oct. 16 a $1 billion Green Bond that will fund a series of sustainability initiatives.
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Utilities  -  October 16, 2019

Walmart settles with FPL on community solar program

Walmart reached a settlement this week with Florida Power and Light confirming their ability to receive RECs from a 1,490 MW community solar program that the utility has in the works.
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Energy Storage  -  October 15, 2019

Anderson Civic Center plans battery storage project

The Anderson Civic Center in Anderson County, S.C., will be receiving a battery storage project on its campus that will improve grid reliability and provide the center at least 30 hours of backup power during emergencies.
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Commercial  -  October 15, 2019

Carnival trials first fuel cell-powered cruise ship

Carnival Corporation & plc will become the first in the cruise industry to trial fuel cells on a large passenger vessel through its German-based brand, AIDA Cruises, in a project expected to set sail as early as 2021.
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Energy Procurement  -  October 14, 2019

The Home Depot, AT&T, Duke Energy featured in latest Beyond the Meter episodes

Building on the popularity of its initial three-episode release, Smart Energy Decisions continues its podcast series with three new episodes of Beyond the Meter, featuring guests from The Home Depot, AT&T, and Duke Energy.
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Industrial  -  October 14, 2019

Owens Corning sets 2030 emissions and RE goals

Owens Corning set their target to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 50% and source 100% renewable energy as part of their 2030 sustainability goals announced Oct. 11.
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Energy Efficiency  -  October 12, 2019

Weekend reads: Shell's emissions strategy; The world's most sustainable energy policies

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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