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Solar  -  November 20, 2019

JFK moves forward with largest NYC solar installation

Development of New York City’s largest solar project is underway at John F. Kennedy International Airport, where a 13 MW solar installation will allow multiple surrounding communities to access clean power at reduced rates.
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Solar  -  November 20, 2019

Facebook to power Ga. data center with solar

Facebook will begin to supply its data center in Newton County, Ga., with 100% renewable energy through an agreement signed Nov. 19 with a local consumer-owned utility.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  November 19, 2019

Estée Lauder signs VPPA to achieve 100% RE

The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. signed their first VPPA Nov. 15, making them the first cosmetics company to sign this type of agreement.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  November 19, 2019

Lyft adds new fleet of electric vehicles

Lyft entered into an agreement Nov. 19 that will provide electric vehicles to the ride-share company for use in its short-term rental program, increasing the number of electric vehicles on the platform.
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GHG Emissions  -  November 18, 2019

The Business Benefits of a Low-Carbon Future: Science-Based Targets

Increased profitability, improved efficiency, greater innovation, and access to capital are four competitive advantages to setting science-based targets (SBTs). However, while many companies have made commitments to set SBTs, the path to achieving them isn’t as clear. Learn six key steps to starting your SBT journey, risks to consider and how to optimize strategy.
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Solar  -  November 18, 2019

Target achieves 500 rooftop solar projects ahead of schedule

Target announced Nov. 17 that it reached its goal to have 500 rooftop solar systems across its locations by 2020 with the competition of a 240 MW installation on the roof of the Napa, Calif., retail store.
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Energy Storage  -  November 18, 2019

Calif. school district celebrates new energy program

Hayward Unified School District in California launched a sustainable energy program that includes a 5.3 MW solar and integrated electric vehicle and battery storage project, alongside the rollout of several building efficiency improvements.
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GHG Emissions  -  November 16, 2019

Weekend reads: Decarbonizing electricity in the U.S.; NASA's first electric airplane

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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November 15, 2019

Energy in the C Suite

Which stakeholder groups are emerging to influence Fortune 500 sustainability strategies? How are executives responding to climate and energy risks by setting carbon prices or zero-carbon transition dates? Learn this, and more, from ENGIE's white paper, "Energy in the C Suite: How finance leaders and other executives are responding to climate risk and the new energy environment."
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GHG Emissions  -  November 15, 2019

UCLA Health Center receives all-electric mobile medical lab

The University of California Los Angeles Health Center received its first all-electric mobile surgical instrument lab (eMSIL), which will travel between the university's Ronald Reagan and Santa Monica campuses to collect, clean, repair, disinfect and sterilize surgical suite instruments while emitting zero emissions.
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