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Solar  -  September 16, 2021

Ontex Begins Work on Italy's Largest Onsite Solar Project

Ontex began construction Sept. 14 on what will be Italy's largest onsite solar power installation.
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Solar  -  September 16, 2021

lululemon Achieves 100% RE Use with New Solar Deal

lululemon athletica will soon achieve its 2021 goal of sourcing 100% renewable energy thanks to a VPPA completed Sept. 15.
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Solar  -  September 16, 2021

John Hopkins Inks Deal for 13 MW of Solar Power

The John Hopkins Health System Corporation (JHHS) signed an agreement Sept. 15 for 13 MW of renewable energy from a Virginia solar project.
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GHG Emissions  -  September 15, 2021

PepsiCo Launches pep+ Sustainability Initiative

PepsiCo announced Sept. 15 the launch of its pep+ sustainability transformation that will focus the company’s sustainability efforts across its operations and value chain.
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Solar  -  September 15, 2021

The Nature Conservancy Oversees 50 MW Solar Project on Former Mine

The Nature Conservancy announced Sept. 13 that it will be completing an installation of a 50 MW solar array on a former surface mine in Southwest Virginia.
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GHG Emissions  -  September 15, 2021

JBG SMITH Achieves Carbon Neutrality With Offsets

JBG SMITH announced Sept. 13 that it has achieved carbon neutrality across its entire operating portfolio.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 15, 2021

City of Rochester Starts New York's Largest Community Clean Energy Program

The City of Rochester began operations Sept. 15 of its community choice clean energy program, the largest in New York State.
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Solar  -  September 14, 2021

Walmart Reflects on 51 Solar Projects Installed Across Locations

Walmart has completed agreements for more than 50 solar projects totaling 38.3 MW installed at locations across seven states.
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GHG Emissions  -  September 14, 2021

Carbon Action Network Builds Coalition Around Carbon Footprint of Buildings

A group of businesses that includes Facebook, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Salesforce and San Francisco International Airport was brought together in an initiative meant to address the impact of embodied carbon emissions within the building sector.
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GHG Emissions  -  September 14, 2021

Diageo's Emissions Targets Have Been Approved by SBTi

Diageo announced Sept. 9 that its 2030 emissions targets have been approved by the Science Based Targets initiative and meet the criteria for the global effort to stop warming before 1.5C.
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