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GHG Emissions  -  July 1, 2019

Kohler achieves declines in energy use and emissions

Kohler Co. posted a decrease of 5% in energy use and 6.8% in GHG emissions for 2018. The results were announced with the release of the company's third public Social Impact report.
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June 29, 2019

Weekend reads: Lightyear One solar car; Powering pot

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these can't-miss articles from around the web:
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Energy Procurement  -  June 28, 2019 - By Erin Craig, 3Degrees

Pathways to a Successful Renewable Energy Aggregation: Convening Participants

In the first installment of a blog and video series on aggregated renewable energy purchases, Erin Craig, VP of the Energy and Climate Practice at 3Degrees, outlines practical advice for organizations that are interested in taking part in an aggregation but are unsure about how to get started.
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GHG Emissions  -  June 28, 2019

European airports pledge net-zero emissions by 2050

Almost 200 airports in Europe pledged to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, Bloomberg reported June 26.
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GHG Emissions  -  June 28, 2019

SITE Centers generates solar power, installs EV stations

SITE Centers, an owner and manager of open-air shopping centers, installed 222 operating electric car charging stations, generated 4.1 MWh of renewable energy from 15 solar arrays, and completed a comprehensive LED retrofit program over the past year
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June 27, 2019

SED to premiere Accelerate Philly in December

Smart Energy Decisions (SED), in association with the Philadelphia Energy Authority (PEA), will host a major regional clean energy conference, Accelerate Philly, in December 2019. The event is organized in response to the growing interest and urgent need to increase the use of clean energy and reduce energy use and emissions to meet the City’s and region’s climate mitigation goals.
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Solar  -  June 27, 2019

Mondelēz International signs PPA with Texas solar farm

Mondelēz International on June 27 signed a power purchase agreement to source energy from a Texas wind farm, its largest renewable energy partnership around the world and the snack company's first such agreement in the United States.
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Regulation  -  June 27, 2019

Michigan bill would open state parks for EV charging

The Michigan state legislature on June 26 introduced a bill that would allow for electric vehicle charging stations to be installed on state parks and park-and-ride lots.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  June 26, 2019

The Latest Evolution of Distributed Energy Resources - Opportunities for Businesses Within PJM

The increasing deployment of distributed energy resources is causing shifts in the century-old electric grid and a rethinking of business models. This white paper from NRG Energy focuses on opportunities available to businesses and institutions within the PJM Interconnection, one of the world’s largest organized wholesale markets.
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Energy Efficiency  -  June 26, 2019

Bio-tech company see 8% drop in emissions, implements efficiency projects

A Madison, WI., based life sciences innovation company saw an 8% decrease its carbon footprint and the reduction of energy use through the improvement of the efficiency of its facilities, according to its newly released 2019 Corporate Responsibility
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