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Utilities  -  September 21, 2017

Georgia Power offers renewables for C&I customers

As utilities continue to make moves to better serve their commercial and industrial customers, Southern Co. subsidiary Georgia Power on Sept. 19 announced a new program intended to help those customers meet their renewable energy goals.
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Regulation  -  September 15, 2017

NYC pushes new mandate to cut GHG emissions

In announcing what is perhaps the most ambitious program of its kind in the country, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on Sept. 14 said new mandates will force building owners to make sharp reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.
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Energy Efficiency  -  September 5, 2017

DOE offers $13M for 'energy efficient mobility systems'

The U.S. DOE recently announced $13.4 million in support of five new cost-shared, community-based projects focused on energy efficient mobility systems including connected and autonomous vehicles and alternative fuel vehicles.
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Energy Storage  -  August 26, 2017

Weekend reads: DIY Powerwalls; solar's civil war; automakers become energy companies & more

Happy weekend! Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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CHP  -  August 25, 2017 - By Jack Griffin

Efficient energy policies to power cities, industry

This column from Jack Griffin of SourceOne outlines the savings and reliability benefits of combined heat and power systems and offers recommendations for overcoming barriers to broader adoption among large energy users.
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GHG Emissions  -  August 25, 2017

States to extend, increase cap-and-trade program

New York and the eight other states participating in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative have announced a proposal to update their efforts to lower carbon pollution by reducing the cap on power plant emissions an additional 30% below 2020 levels by 2030.
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Regulation  -  August 24, 2017

DOE grid report: Renewables not a threat to reliability

Following months of controversy and speculation within the energy industry, the U.S. Department of Energy on Aug. 23 released a report outlining the findings of its study on electricity markets and reliability and attributing the retirement of tradit
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  August 21, 2017

Maryland announces $5.5M CHP grant program

In outlining the program, which will be administered by the Maryland Energy Administration, Gov. Larry Hogan highlighted the new CHP system installed at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, which was funded in part by a $494,320 grant from the state.
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Energy Efficiency  -  August 18, 2017

Cooper Tire & Rubber cuts energy use 18%

Findlay, Ohio-headquartered Cooper Tire & Rubber Co. said Aug. 11 that it has reduced energy usage intensity by 18% since 2009.
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GHG Emissions  -  August 12, 2017

Weekend reads: Intel's new AV lab; Microsoft cloud emissions data; the drop in EPA fines & more

Kick back with these must-read energy news stories from around the web.
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