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Energy Efficiency  -  August 26, 2016

Energy benchmarking pays off for NYC buildings

Mandated energy benchmarking has been useful in helping thousands of New York City buildings reduce energy use by 6% over the past three years, according to a new progress report.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  August 26, 2016

Nashville airport cuts energy use with geothermal

The installation of a geothermal cooling system at Nashville International Airport is expected to save $430,000 a year in utility costs, according to trade media publication Engineering News-Record.
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Solar  -  August 25, 2016

Community solar spurs corporate commitment

Joining the growing number of U.S. corporations making commitments to renewable energy, window and door manufacturer Andersen Corp. took a big bite of solar this year through a state-sanctioned community solar program.
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Energy Efficiency  -  August 25, 2016

Quik Mart deploys LEDs, cuts lighting costs 77%

Quik Mart, an Arizona convenience store/gas station chain recently completed the replacement of existing fluorescent and HID interior/exterior lighting with solid-state LED lighting at 25 locations.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  August 24, 2016

NYT article highlights corporate energy strategy shift

With Apple recently joining Google and Wal-Mart in being granted federal approval to sell electricity into wholesale power markets, media coverage of corporate energy management appears to be reaching a fever pitch.
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Energy Efficiency  -  August 24, 2016

Better Buildings launches new webinar series

The webinar series, which kicks off Sept. 13, features a new gang of expert speakers including representatives from Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc. and Whole Foods Market Inc.
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Energy Storage  -  August 23, 2016

IKEA expands rooftop solar, fuel cell portfolios

IKEA is expanding its use of fuel cell systems to the East Coast, announcing on Aug. 23 plans for a biomass-powered system at its store in New Haven, Conn.
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Industrial  -  August 23, 2016

DOE commits $137M to help manufacturers meet new fuel efficiency standards for big trucks

The U.S. Department of Energy is investing $137 million to help automotive manufacturers develop new technologies to meet the federal government's newest fuel standards for medium to heavy duty vehicles.
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Industrial  -  August 22, 2016 - By Amy Poszywak

Views from the top: How GM is transforming manufacturing with renewables, energy storage

With series of recent announcements, General Motors is proving that renewable energy can power American manufacturing. In this exclusive interview, GM's executive director of global environmental compliance and sustainability discusses the automaker's energy strategy and its vision for the future.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  August 22, 2016

Toyota leads new clean energy revenue rankings

In an inaugural "Carbon Clean 200" list, two corporate sustainability advocacy organizations have ranked global public companies according to total revenue generated from clean energy.
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