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GHG Emissions  -  November 12, 2020

Wild West of net zero targeting called into question by new initiatives

Amid a growing number of net zero targets coming from large companies, there is an emerging need to set standards and common language in order for stakeholders to make sense of it all, a new study found.

Solar  -  November 11, 2020

Land O'Lakes subscribes to three community solar gardens

Land O'Lakes announced Nov. 10 that it subscribed to three recently completed community solar garden projects that total more than 4 MW in capacity.

Energy Efficiency  -  November 11, 2020

Minnesota town completes $2.5M energy efficiency project

The City of Virginia, Minn., announced Nov. 10 that it completed a citywide energy efficiency project financed by a $2.5 million Energy Savings Performance Contract (ESPC) that will guarantee energy cost savings and reduce municipal energy consumption by approximately 21%.

Solar  -  November 10, 2020

Google to source power for data centers from new Tenn. solar plant

A new 100 MW solar facility that will provide power to Google’s Clarksville, Ala., data center is now under development in Obion County, Tenn.

GHG Emissions  -  November 9, 2020

Finding Balance: The Yin and Yang of Sustainable Energy Management

The challenge of harmonizing opposing forces should be familiar to corporate energy managers. As this presentation from Calpine notes, for years, they have been tasked with balancing the yin of fragmented market rules and extreme price volatility with the yang of disciplined governance and management practices.

GHG Emissions  -  November 9, 2020

TD Bank targets net zero in operations and financing

TD Bank announced Nov. 9 that it is committed to achieving net zero emissions in its operations and financing activities by 2050.

Energy Efficiency  -  November 9, 2020

Knight-Swift looks to improving vehicle technology to achieve emissions goal

Knight-Swift Transportation Holdings reported in its new sustainability report that it is pursuing an interim target of a 5% reduction in emissions by 2025 along the way to its previously made target of a 50% reduction by 2035.

Sourcing Renewables  -  November 9, 2020

Pritchard Companies submits order to increase electric vehicle offerings

Pritchard Companies announced Nov. 9 that it has ordered 500 all-electric last-mile delivery vehicles to add to its fleet.

Sourcing Renewables  -  November 7, 2020

Weekend reads: Building efficiency in Virginia; How a glass shortage could threaten solar

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

Distributed Energy Resources  -  November 6, 2020

Smart Energy Voices Podcast - Episode 14: COVID-19's Impact on Deployment of Distributed Energy Resources

How do you quantify the value of a microgrid, which is essentially an insurance policy? You're ensuring that your facility doesn't go down or have an outage. How much is an outage really worth and how do you value that? In this age of Covid-19, the pressure to fulfill commitments still remains high. Investor pressure remains high. Project goals remain in place. But the financing is no longer available. What should customers be looking at and exploring in the interest of managing this dilemma? Listen to this episode of Smart Energy Voices to hear how Matthew Walters, Head of Distributed Energy Systems, Americas at SIEMENS tackles it from a holistic approach.
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