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May 12, 2020

T. Rowe Price finds climate change top issue among customers

Rowe Price announced May 11 that they found climate change and other environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues to be the most pressing among those companies in which they engage in portfolio management.
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Industrial  -  May 12, 2020

GCC to power S.D. cement plant with wind

Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua (GCC) will soon be powering 50% of their Rapid City, S.D., cement manufacturing plant with wind energy for the next 15 years through a new deal announced May 6.
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Energy Efficiency  -  May 11, 2020

Research: The State of IoT and Smart Buildings

Smart Energy Decisions presents its first State of Iot and Smart Buildings research report, sponsored by Siemens. This exclusive study presents a baseline look at where energy management and building controls are today - and where they are headed. 
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GHG Emissions  -  May 11, 2020

New Jeep models found to improve environmental impact

Jeep announced May 11 that their Wrangler Unlimited model was found to have a Global Warming Potential 15% lower than that of its predecessor and accounts for emissions reduction equivalent to those produced by three passenger vehicles.
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Energy Efficiency  -  May 11, 2020

New Hampshire to implement ESPC across state

The State of New Hampshire is implementing an energy savings performance contract that will allow for energy conservation projects at over 20 state facilities and is estimated to save the state over $4 million over the 20-year contract term.
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Energy Efficiency  -  May 8, 2020

Just Salad to implement energy efficiency improvements

Just Salad announced May 5 that they will be implementing energy efficiency initiatives including upgrades to lighting, HVAC and refrigeration at three pilot locations in New York City in a move that is expected to reduce their carbon emissions by 91.2 metric tons annually.
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Energy Efficiency  -  May 8, 2020

FedEx cuts emissions intensity 40% with fuel saving strategies

FedEx announced May 7 that they have successfully reduced CO2 emissions intensity by 40% since 2009 and avoided more than 3 million metric tons of CO2e emissions through fuel and energy-saving initiatives and their Reduce, Replace, Revolutionize strategy.
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GHG Emissions  -  May 7, 2020

Total targets net-zero emissions

French oil and gas giant Total announced May 5 their new ambition to get to net-zero emissions across all their European businesses by 2050 in timeline with the EU zero emissions target.
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GHG Emissions  -  May 7, 2020

Illinois school district preps for EV bus fleet

Triad School District in Illinois is planning a 15-year process of replacing 50% of their 27-vehicle school bus fleet with electric vehicles and will soon be receiving the first three of these vehicles pending coronavirus delays.
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Microgrids  -  May 6, 2020

Rapid Microgrid Deployments for Emergency Preparedness: Powering field hospitals for COVID-19 and beyond

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to overwhelm the country’s existing healthcare system, the need for additional hospital capacity – specifically, more beds – is palpable. In this white paper, Bloom Energy shows how they are rapidly deploying fuel cell-based microgrids to power existing and temporary hospitals while they care for COVID-19 patients.
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