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GHG Emissions  -  February 24, 2020

EY commits to carbon neutrality by the end of 2020

Ernst & Young (EY) will be carbon neutral by the end of 2020, according to an announcement made Jan. 30.
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GHG Emissions  -  February 22, 2020

Weekend reads: J.P. Morgan backs carbon tax; Sci-fi author offers path to surviving climate change

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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Solar  -  February 21, 2020

CA State Fund locations to receive solar, battery, EV charging

State Fund, a California-based workers' compensation insurance company, will be building solar panels, energy storage systems and electric vehicle charging stations at seven different locations in the state thanks to a new agreement announced Feb. 20
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Solar  -  February 21, 2020

Nantucket farm adds additional 1.4 MW of solar

The largest family-owned farm on Nantucket Island recently completed a 1.4 MW ground-mounted solar installation, bringing their total solar capacity to near 2 MW and 2.6 million kWh of electricity annually.
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Commercial  -  February 21, 2020

NILIT reveals industry's largest on-site cogeneration plant

A global producer of Nylon 6.6 fibers is now operating from an on-site cogeneration power plant that allows them to use natural gas at its main manufacturing facility.
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Solar  -  February 20, 2020

Comcast installs rooftop solar at D.C. facility

Comcast is expecting to save approximate 272 metric of CO2 annually through a 760-panel rooftop solar installation that they recently completed at their multi-purpose facility in Washington, D.C.
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Commercial  -  February 20, 2020

Western N.Y. dairy farms join biogas generation project

Six dairy farms in Western New York are joining a biogas generation project that is expected to produce about 305,000 MMBtu of renewable natural gas each year.
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Energy Efficiency  -  February 19, 2020 - By Shashank Sane, Invenergy Edge

Electric vehicles and going beyond the charger

Widespread adoption of medium and heavy-duty electric vehicles (EV) is beginning to take root. However, Shashank Sane, SVP at Invenergy warns in this expert column, if a business really wants to meet its sustainability goals with an EV fleet while meeting its business obligations, managers need to think beyond just adding chargers and put into place a truly resilient charging infrastructure.
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Industrial  -  February 19, 2020

Shiloh Industries introduces two RE-powered plants in Europe

Shiloh Industries announced Feb. 18 that they are continuing toward their goal of carbon neutrality with the addition of two facilities using 100% certified renewable electrical energy in Europe.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 19, 2020

Vassar College goes 100% renewable

Vassar College has announced their newest initiative to promote sustainability: purchasing 100% of their energy from renewable sources.
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