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Energy Efficiency  -  August 27, 2021

Lazer Spot Adds 25 EV Trucks to Yard Management Fleet

Lazer Spot announced Aug. 26 that it will soon be deploying more than 25 electric vehicle trucks in its yard management operations.

GHG Emissions  -  August 27, 2021

Swiss Re Joins $10 Million Carbon Capture Purchase Agreement

Swiss Re announced Aug. 25 a 10-year purchase agreement for direct air capture and storage of carbon dioxide.

Wind  -  August 27, 2021

Port of Virginia to Lease Space for Offshore Wind

Gov. Ralph Northam announced Aug. 25 that the Commonwealth of Virginia will be leasing ocean space to Dominion Energy for the development of offshore wind energy.

GHG Emissions  -  August 26, 2021

Kroger Sets its Sights on a 30% Emissions Cut by 2030

The Kroger Co. announced Aug. 25 that it decreased its total carbon emissions by 11.6% between 2019 and 2020 and reduced its carbon intensity through investments in energy efficiency, renewable energy and refrigerant emissions-reduction measures.

Energy Efficiency  -  August 26, 2021

Tarleton State University Enters Into ESPC For Energy Upgrades

Tarleton State University will soon be undergoing a series of energy projects that are expected to reduce its electricity use and natural gas consumption by 21-23% annually.

Energy Efficiency  -  August 26, 2021

NJ Small Businesses and Schools to Receive Energy Upgrade Funding

Schools and small businesses in New Jersey will soon have access to funds for efficiency upgrades to HVAC systems and plumbing infrastructure under a new program enacted through a bill signed by Gov. Phil Murphy.

GHG Emissions  -  August 25, 2021 - By Better Buildings, U.S. Department of Energy

Decarbonizing Kitchens: Opportunities for the Food Service Sector

As the public and private sectors pursue organization-wide goals for reducing GHG emissions, commercial food service kitchens and restaurants face multiple challenges: identifying new opportunities to improve energy efficiency while adhering to changing local and state regulations supporting electrification and decarbonization. This column from Better Buildings shows how operators like The Wendy's Company are finding success with a steady approach.

Sourcing Renewables  -  August 25, 2021

Equinix Australia Leads Group for Joint PPAs

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) granted Equinix Australia the authorization to pool its electricity demand with a group of retailers to better negotiate power purchase agreements from new or existing solar or wind projects.

Solar  -  August 25, 2021

PepsiCo, McCormick, Best Buy, ViacomCBS Claim 140 MW from Texas Solar

PepsiCo, McCormick & Company, Best Buy, and two local ViacomCBS TV stations will soon source clean energy from a 200 MW solar project under development in Texas.

GHG Emissions  -  August 25, 2021

Canadian Habitat for Humanity Project to Use Low-Carbon Concrete

Habitat for Humanity will soon begin construction on a 4-plex housing project in Kingston, Ontario using low-carbon concrete produced using cement from near zero-CO2 building materials.

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