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Energy Efficiency  -  June 26, 2020

Univ. of Notre Dame to upgrade energy management system

The University of Notre Dame announced June 24 that they are in the process of implementing a building management system for over 95 buildings across campus that will allow them to have increased levels of operational data visibility and control to better manage building performance, occupant comfort and energy efficiency.

Wind  -  June 26, 2020

Cisco enters into first long-term wind PPA

Cisco announced June 24 that they signed their first PPA with a wind farm and was one of several companies to contract a long-term PPA with the 419 MW Mesquite Star wind farm in Texas.

Solar  -  June 25, 2020

Univ. of Pittsburgh to cover 13% of electricity from 20 MW solar farm

The University of Pittsburgh entered into a 20-year agreement that will allow them to source around 13% of its campus' annual electricity usage from a 20 MW solar farm on the border of Allegheny and Beaver counties.

Sourcing Renewables  -  June 25, 2020

NYC contracts 435 electric systems for city buses

New York Transit Authority has contracted a supply of 435 electric hybrid power and propulsion systems for its new fleet on transit buses in an effort to reduce carbon emissions and fuel consumption.

GHG Emissions  -  June 25, 2020

Ford Motors sets target for carbon neutrality by 2050

Ford Motor Company announced June 24 that they are ramping up their climate change goals and intend to be carbon neutral globally by 2050 and power all manufacturing plants with 100% locally sourced renewable energy by 2035.

Distributed Energy Resources  -  June 24, 2020

SED’s Distributed Energy Forum goes Virtual

Smart Energy Decisions announces that the 2nd Distributed Energy Forum will shift into Virtual mode and take place on September 21-25, 2020.

Sourcing Renewables  -  June 24, 2020

Giant Food plans EV charging installations across Mid-Atlantic

Giant Food announced June 23 that they are installing electric vehicle charging stations that will be free use at select stores across Washington, D.C., Maryland, Virginia and Delaware.

Sourcing Renewables  -  June 24, 2020

Wells Fargo and Shell Energy team up on multi-project RE agreement

Wells Fargo announced June 24 a collection of renewable energy agreements with Shell Energy North America and MP2 Energy for a total of 150,000 MWh of annual electricity that will cover 100% of the energy use at 1,200 Wells Fargo locations.

Solar  -  June 23, 2020

Simon & Schuster completes 2 MW rooftop solar installation

Simon & Schuster announced June 16 that they completed a 2 MW rooftop solar installation at their Riverside Distribution facility in Delran, N.J.

GHG Emissions  -  June 23, 2020

Amazon to invest $2 billion into Climate Pledge Fund

Amazon announced June 23 that they are introducing a $2 billion investment into The Climate Pledge Fund, which will advance the development of sustainability solutions to accomplish the goals of The Climate Pledge's target for net-zero carbon before 2040.
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