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Energy Efficiency  -  January 16, 2019

Green Lease Leaders: Using the Lease to Galvanize Landlord-Tenant Engagement and Higher Performing Buildings

The Institute for Market Transformation (IMT) and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Better Buildings Alliance’ Green Lease Leaders series looks at looks at  Green Lease Leader designees that have successfully implemented effective tenant engagement strategies into their green leases and overall operations.
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Energy Efficiency  -  January 16, 2019

Three Rivers Community College completes energy upgrade

Three Rivers Community College, located in Norwich, Conn., announced the completion of a facility-wide upgrade of its interior lighting. The upgrade led to a rebate of $95,018 from Norwich Public Utilities (NPU).
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Energy Efficiency  -  January 15, 2019

YMCA of NY adds new energy platform

The YMCA of Greater New York plans to reduce energy consumption across 21 branches through a $750,000 grant from the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) Remote Energy Manager (REM) program.
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Microgrids  -  January 15, 2019

Shell adds microgrid to Technology Center

Shell’s Technology Center in Houston has installed a microgrid to power part of the 200-acre campus while also serving as a research tool for Shell International Exploration & Production Company, Inc.’s work to explore the next generation clean power and distributed energy technologies.
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Energy Efficiency  -  January 14, 2019 - By Better Buildings

City of Boston's improved energy management process

With nearly 4,000 utility accounts across more than a dozen different municipal departments as well as a need to leverage more granular data, the City of Boston needed a plan to improve their energy management processes. This column from Better Buildings reviews Boston's programmatic overhaul to how energy data was collected, analyzed, and reported, leading to the creation of real-time energy meter dashboards and recovering over $1.2 million in identified utility billing errors.
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GHG Emissions  -  January 14, 2019

IBM sets next generation goals

IBM has announced a second-generation renewable electricity procurement goal and a fourth-generation GHG emissions reduction goal to cover the energy consumption and corresponding CO2 emissions associated with the company’s global businesses.
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January 14, 2019

Volkswagen commits $800 million to build EVs in TN

Volkswagen AG announced it will invest $800 million in its Chattanooga, Tennessee facility to develop and build new electric vehicles. EV production at the site will begin in 2022.
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January 12, 2019

Weekend reads: EIA says solar, wind to dominate; AOC & the Green New Deal

It's the weekend! Kick back and relax with these must-read energy stories from around the web:
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Utilities  -  January 11, 2019 - By Coley Girouard

Top 10 Utility Regulation Trends

As we move into 2019, let’s check in on the top public utility commission (PUC) actions and trends of the past year. Ten prominent trends and actions stand out above the rest, from renewables continuing their downward price trajectory, to electric vehicle charging infrastructure build-outs getting approved, to exploration of utility business model reforms and non-wires alternatives to traditional distribution investments.
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Energy Efficiency  -  January 11, 2019

Boston buses go electric

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) has ordering 194 electric-hybrid buses to help the state reduce emissions and noise pollution on its transit bus routes.
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