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Finance  -  May 10, 2021

HSBC to Offer Green Deposits for Commercial Clients

HSBC Bank USA has introduced Green Deposits for businesses. These deposits give commercial clients the option to support decarbonization initiatives with their cash reserves.

GHG Emissions  -  May 10, 2021

Lilly Announces Carbon Neutrality Goal

To celebrate Eli Lilly’s 145th anniversary, the medical company has committed to Scope 1 and 2 carbon neutrality - including the use of 100% renewable energy - by 2030. This target builds on its 2020 success of reducing GHG emissions intensity by 22.2% (compared to 2012).

Sourcing Renewables  -  May 8, 2021

Weekend Reads: Rising Electricity Demand in Virginia; The Logistics of Airport Solar Farms

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

GHG Emissions  -  May 7, 2021

Smart Energy Voices Podcast - Episode 33: Managing Data on the Road to Net Zero

In this episode of Smart Energy Decisions, host John Failla speaks with Adam Kramer, former Vice President of Strategy at Switch and current CEO of sustainability and energy start-up Ledger8760. They discuss Adam’s role in helping Switch achieve 100% renewable energy and his new position at Ledger8760. Listen as Adam addresses the need for accurate data in order to successfully set and achieve sustainability goals.

Sourcing Renewables  -  May 7, 2021 - By Mark Vanderhelm, Walmart

Setting Records, Walmart Continues Moving Toward Becoming a Totally Renewable Business

Doing what’s right for the future of our planet means making major change. That’s why Walmart has committed to becoming a regenerative company powered by 100% renewable energy in its operations by 2035. In this column, Mark Vanderhelm, VP of Energy and Facilities Management, explains how Walmart is setting an example for what one company can do to move toward a cleaner future.

Sourcing Renewables  -  May 7, 2021

U-M Soon to Run on 50% Renewable Energy

The University of Michigan’s Office of Sustainability has announced that local renewable energy companies will soon provide the university with half its electricity needs. By the end of 2021, the university is projected to reduce its GHG emissions by 25% since 2011 - achieving its 2025 goal four years early. 

Energy Storage  -  May 7, 2021

Whirlpool Commits to Net Zero Operations Emissions by 2030

Whirlpool Corporation’s goal of net zero Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2030 has been approved by the SBTi. This commitment includes emissions from Whirlpool’s manufacturing and distribution centers across the globe, spanning over 30 sites.

GHG Emissions  -  May 7, 2021

Iron Mountain Announces 20 New Sustainability Goals

Iron Mountain Incorporated, a storage and information management services company, on May 6 announced new corporate responsibility (CR) goals as part of its eighth annual CR Report. As part of the company’s long-term strategy, “Securing a Sustainable Future,” plans include targets for net zero emissions, 100% clean electricity in its data centers, and transitioning to electric vehicles.

GHG Emissions  -  May 6, 2021

Georgetown University’s New Residence Hall Uses Low-Carbon Concrete

Georgetown University has announced that its 55 H Street Residence hall will be the first major construction project in Washington D.C. to use ECOpact low-carbon concrete. This concrete mix will decrease the hall’s embodied carbon by 40%, helping it to achieve its goal of surpassing LEED V4 Platinum status.

Sourcing Renewables  -  May 6, 2021

University of Arizona’s Grid-Based Energy Soon to Be 100% Renewable

By the end of May, the University of Arizona will receive all its grid-based energy from renewable sources. This process began on April 30, when the university first received power from the Wilmot Energy Center, a solar + storage system.
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