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Energy Efficiency  -  May 22, 2020 - By Jake Duncan, IMT

Stronger Together: Why Efficiency with Electrification Catalyzes Systems Change

In the late-2010s, the “electrify everything” movement emerged as a long-term solution to the ever-growing carbon emissions of the U.S. However, electrification as a decarbonizing strategy depends on using renewable power for new electric devices. In this column from IMT - the second in their "Stronger Together" series, Jake Duncan explores why energy efficiency is crucial to electrification.
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GHG Emissions  -  May 22, 2020

Minn. city plans expansion to EV charging network

The city of St. Peter, Minn., approved the expansion of its electric vehicle charging infrastructure with the installation of a second charging station in a city parking lot.
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Finance  -  May 22, 2020

Citi launches sustainability investment group

Citigroup announced May 19 that they are launching a new arm within its corporate and investment bank focused on sustainability.
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Solar  -  May 21, 2020

Amazon plans five new solar projects across China, U.S., Australia

Amazon announced May 21 their newest round of additions to their renewable energy portfolio: five new utility-scale solar projects in China, Australia and the U.S. with a combined capacity of 615 MW.
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Regulation  -  May 21, 2020

BloombergNEF explores EV market outlook post-COVID

BloombergNEF released a new report May 19 detailing three possible scenarios for the short-term future of the electric vehicle market following the COVID-19 pandemic considering the 7 million passenger EVs that are on the road right now.
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Energy Efficiency  -  May 21, 2020

Illinois school district plans Phase 2 of energy upgrades

The McHenry Community High School District #156 in Illinois completed a $6.8 million contract for the implementation of a Phase 2 energy-saving project at its West High School campus.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 20, 2020

SED’s Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum Goes Virtual

Smart Energy Decisions announces that the upcoming Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, July 27-31, will be held online using a virtual event platform featuring the latest in communications and event management technology for facilitating virtual events including one-to-one meetings.
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Solar  -  May 20, 2020

Emory Univ. plans 5.5 MW solar project

Emory University announced May 12 that they will be installing 5.5 MW of solar generation on campus and expect the project to cover 10% of the university's peak energy requirements.
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GHG Emissions  -  May 20, 2020

Compass Datacenters explores carbon capture tech in cement production

Compass Datacenters announced May 19 that they will be building their data centers with concrete using a technology that injects re-captured industrial CO2 into the manufacturing process, dramatically reducing the volume of cement required and permanently removing CO2 from the atmosphere.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 19, 2020

Western Pennsylvania Energy Consortium members go green with 100% RE

Members of the Western Pennsylvania Energy Consortium (WPEC) will soon be receiving clean power and Green-e Certified RECs to offset 100% of their energy consumption and associated carbon emissions.
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