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Sourcing Renewables  -  December 21, 2019

Weekend reads: Hawaii's LED Christmas tree; the smartest path to 100% RE

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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Energy Efficiency  -  December 9, 2019

Buffalo pursues clean-energy financing program

Commercial and nonprofit building owners might soon be able to finance energy efficiency projects under a new program under consideration with the Buffalo, N.Y. Common Council.
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Regulation  -  November 27, 2019

Nevada to require emissions reduction plan

The governor of Nevada signed an executive order Nov. 22 that requires state agencies, specifically the transportation sector, to submit a strategy for reducing greenhouse gases by December 1, 2020, in line with the energy commitments the state has previously set.
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Energy Efficiency  -  November 2, 2019

Weekend reads: Germany's unpopular windmills; Calif.'s distributed energy crisis

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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October 16, 2019

LevelTen Q3 2019 PPA Price Index Reveals Competition and Expiring Tax Credits as Main Driver on PPA Prices

LevelTen provides a quarterly in-depth look at PPA offer price averages submitted through the LevelTen Marketplace, for both wind and solar projects, in five independent system operator (ISO) regions. In addition to reporting on how much PPA offer prices have changed, they conducted a survey of renewable energy market developers with active projects in the LevelTen Marketplace to explore why prices changed.
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Energy Efficiency  -  September 25, 2019 - By Maria Stamas, Pierre Delforge, NRDC

San José Adopts Strongest Building Code Among Large Cities

San José has successfully reached for a modern, more sustainable building energy code with a vote by its City Council to adopt requirements for builders that will provide residents with clean, affordable energy in buildings and make good on the city's promise to lead on sustainability. This column from NRDC discusses how the city's Reach Code will make zero-emission electric buildings the default in San José.
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September 7, 2019

Weekend reads: Candidates for (climate) change; World's largest energy sources

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web:
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Utilities  -  August 23, 2019

Dominion ordered to let customers purchase from CSPs

The State Corporation Commission (SCC) of Virginia issued an order on August 21 that Virginia Electric and Power Company (Dominion) must immediately resume processing enrollment requests for customers who wish to purchase energy from Direct Energy Business or Calpine.
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Energy Efficiency  -  May 21, 2019

General Mills hits efficiency targets ahead of schedule

General Mills has exceeded its 10-year goal to improve energy efficiency at its 26 largest U.S.-based plants by 20% four years ahead of plan.
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GHG Emissions  -  May 1, 2019 - By Ryan Martel

The business case for a price on carbon

Climate change poses an urgent threat to the American economy. As this column from Ceres notes, companies across all sectors understand what is at stake and are already taking concrete steps to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy and ensure they remain competitive in the global economy.
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