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Energy Procurement  -  December 4, 2020

Smart Energy Voices Podcast - Episode 17: Lynda Clemmons on Navigating Transition in the Energy Industry

Because the energy industry is widely diverse and constantly changing, energy companies and their partners often have difficulty keeping up with the changes. Lynda Clemmons, Vice President of Sustainable Solutions at NRG Energy, joins us for this episode of Smart Energy Voices to speak on how best to navigate these fast transitions within the industry.

Energy Efficiency  -  December 4, 2020

Massachusetts town, local hospital plans energy resiliency projects

The Town of West Tisbury and Brigham and Women's Hospital in Massachusetts are planning a project to bring climate-resilient energy infrastructure to their facilities.

GHG Emissions  -  December 4, 2020

Eastman Chemical releases 2030 carbon neutrality target

Eastman announced Dec. 1 that it is committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 and is aligning its targets with the Paris Agreement.

Sourcing Renewables  -  December 4, 2020

Burger King to deploy fast EV charging stations at 10 NE locations

Burger King will be installing EV charging stations at ten key locations in the Northeast, the company announced Dec. 3.

Energy Efficiency  -  December 3, 2020

Most companies are planning to invest in energy projects in 2021, survey finds

A new survey conducted by Johnson Controls found that more than half of organizations plan to increase investment in energy efficiency, renewable energy and smart building technology next year, with 85% claiming that reducing energy costs was a highly important driver of investment.

Solar  -  December 3, 2020

Extra Space Storage plans 30 more solar installations at facilities

Extra Space Storage will be developing solar energy systems at 30 additional properties following the signing of contracts with a project developer.

Energy Efficiency  -  December 3, 2020

Maryland recognized by DOE for energy efficiency efforts

The State of Maryland was recognized Dec. 2 by the Department of Energy’s Better Building Challenge for its advances in energy efficiency and for reducing energy intensity by 20% over its 9-million-square-foot buildings portfolio.

Microgrids  -  December 2, 2020

The Value of Microgrids: Challenges and Opportunities

Today's energy landscape is riddled with challenges – which are unfortunately fitting with the many difficulties 2020 has delivered. The rising frequency and severity of extreme weather events in recent years have underscored the need for improved energy resiliency, while COVID-19 reminds us how vulnerable we are to disruptions that impact the production and distribution of goods and services. As this white paper from Bloom Energy notes, power outages have a huge impact on businesses, leading to tangible expenses and ongoing business disruption, so implementing localized microgrids is now a strategic imperative for businesses.

Sourcing Renewables  -  December 2, 2020

Vail Resorts to achieve 93% renewable electricity by 2023

Vail Resorts announced Dec. 1 that it will be 93% powered by renewable electricity across all its resorts by 2023 through some key deals that the company recently completed.

GHG Emissions  -  December 2, 2020

Uber, JetBlue, and other transportation leaders join The Climate Pledge

Uber, JetBlue, Boom Supersonic, Rivian and Cabify announced Dec. 2 that they are the newest signatories of Amazon’s The Climate Pledge representing a growing commitment within the transportation sector to transitioning to a green economy.
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