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Demand Management  -  February 10, 2017

Corporate execs back smart manufacturing institute

A newly launched public-private partnership, with participation from corporations such as Corning Inc. and General Mills Inc., is hoping to accelerate the adoption of smart manufacturing.
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Demand Management  -  February 10, 2017

Industry support drives inaugural SED Innovation Summit attendance beyond expectations

With registration now closed for the Smart Energy Decisions Innovation Summit, the number of confirmed energy executive attendees and supplier sponsors for the event have surpassed original expectations.
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Wind  -  February 9, 2017

GM helps position wind as all-American energy source

At a General Motors Co. assembly plant in Arlington, Texas, that will soon be powered entirely with wind power, the American Wind Energy Association released its fourth quarter 2016 market report and sought to position the renewable energy source as all-American solution for U.S. businesses.
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Wind  -  February 9, 2017

Mired in politics, Amazon wind farm fully operational

Despite a last-minute attempt by state legislators to halt it, North Carolina's first commercial-scale wind farm, the 300-MW Amazon Wind Farm U.S. East, is now fully operational.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 8, 2017

Sun Chemical turns to onsite solar to save $400k

Sun Chemical, one of the world's largest producers of printing inks and pigments, has turned to renewable energy to save an estimated $400,000 in electricity costs at one of its production facilities in New Jersey.
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Regulation  -  February 8, 2017

Wal-Mart among corporate supporters of Missouri bill to allow power purchase agreements

Large corporate energy buyers are hoping the third time's a charm for a Missouri bill that aims to allow them to sign power purchase agreements for renewables from parties other than their utility.
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Finance  -  February 7, 2017

Deutsche Bank to stop new coal project financing

Citing climate impacts, Deutsche Bank said it will stop granting new financing for greenfield thermal coal mining as well as new coal-fired power plant construction.
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Finance  -  February 7, 2017

GM, others mull utility wind, solar energy program

Two large Detroit-area energy users have expressed interest in a new program being offered to business and residential customers of DTE Energy that allows them to increase their use of wind and solar energy in 5% increments up to 100%.
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Energy Storage  -  February 6, 2017

70 MW of energy storage comes online in California

Around the same time that Tesla and Edison International subsidiary Southern California Edison announced that their 80 MWh energy storage facility had begun operations in late January, two other massive energy storage projects came online.
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Energy Efficiency  -  February 6, 2017

Citi redesigns HQ with LEDs, ice storage, cogen plants

Part of a broader initiative to modernize its global headquarters in New York City, Citigroup has incorporated a series of smart energy features into the redesign of its building in Tribeca, including the installation of an ice storage plant.
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