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Energy Efficiency  -  January 13, 2020

Hall of Fame Ohio campus gets funding for energy efficiency boost

A multi-use sports, entertainment and media center for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s campus in Canton, Ohio, will be undergoing a multimillion-dollar energy efficiency redesign through Constellation’s Efficiency Made Easy program.
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Regulation  -  January 11, 2020

Weekend reads: Sustainability resolutions for 2020; squirrel-proofing the power grid

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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GHG Emissions  -  January 10, 2020

ALTANA commits to carbon neutrality by 2025

ALTANA, a producer of specialty chemicals, pledged to be carbon neutral in all its production and energy procurement by 2025 and to convert fully to green electricity in 2020.
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Solar  -  January 10, 2020

AB InBev inks largest European corporate solar deal

AB InBev, the maker of beers including Budweiser, will begin to power all its European operation with 100% renewable energy through a 10-year VPPA in the largest Pan-European corporate solar deal to date.
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Solar  -  January 9, 2020

Google to combine solar and storage for new Nev. data center

Google has entered into an agreement to power its new $600 million data center in Henderson, Nev., with a hybrid system combining 350 MW of solar energy capacity with up to 280 MW of battery storage.
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Regulation  -  January 9, 2020

Va. delegates chart course for competitive electricity market

A piece of bipartisan legislation that would end the monopoly control over Virginia’s electricity system and create competition in the market has made its way into the 2020 Virginia General Assembly session.
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January 8, 2020 - By Scott Tew, Ingersoll Rand

The Importance of Setting Bold Sustainability Targets

For Ingersoll Rand, the commitment to combat climate change has meant putting sustainability at the center of its business strategy; This column from Scott Tew, executive director of the company's center for energy efficiency & sustainability, outlines best practices learned along the way.
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Solar  -  January 8, 2020

Santa Barbara School District plans to go off grid with microgrid and solar

The Santa Barbara Unified School District will be working toward its goal of taking itself off the grid through a new energy project that will include solar, battery storage and electric vehicle charging stations districtwide.
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Commercial  -  January 8, 2020

Smithfield Foods to supply Duke Energy with RNG from manufacturing

Smithfield Foods entered into a partnership with a local utility to produce renewable natural gas from the wastewater treatment system at their Tar Heel, N.C., pork processing facility, which will then be used to power the local area.
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Energy Efficiency  -  January 7, 2020

Ca. Dept. of General Services to receive $9.8M for energy upgrades

Public facilities across California will be receiving energy efficiency upgrades under a new contract that was announced Jan. 6.
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