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Distributed Generation  -  June 24, 2016

Report: U.S. will deploy 77.3 GW of new distributed renewable energy by 2025

Navigant Research expects the U.S. to deploy 77.3 GW of distributed renewable energy between 2016 and 2025, with the majority of that capacity driven by solar.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  June 23, 2016

PwC: 72% of corporate renewable energy leaders are actively pursuing more

A recent PricewaterhouseCoopers survey of U.S.-headquartered businesses found that interest in buying renewable energy continues to accelerate; the survey also revealed why some companies are holding back.
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Utilities  -  June 23, 2016

Exelon looks to 200-MW Ohio wind facility as it plans nuclear retirements

Power and utility giant Exelon is reportedly planning to build a 200-MW wind project in Ohio.
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June 22, 2016 - By Amy Poszywak

Views from the top: GE on how energy as a service can transform the C&I sector

In this exclusive interview, Dave Bartlett, the chief technology officer for GE's Current, explains how the internet of things will transform the way corporations think about their energy use.
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Energy Efficiency  -  June 22, 2016

Real estate firm retrofits 24 properties with LEDs, expects $10M in savings

With an ROI above 65%, commercial real estate company Newmark Holdings recently completed LED lighting retrofits at 24 of its buildings in New York City.
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Finance  -  June 22, 2016

Southern Power completes €1.1B green bond issuance to accelerate renewable projects

The U.S. dollar equivalent of the net proceeds from the offering, around $1.2 billion, will be used to finance or invest in renewable energy generation projects in the U.S.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  June 21, 2016

Tesla makes $2.9B bid to buy SolarCity in move to 'complete the picture'

Looking to create a single business that will sell electric cars and clean energy to power them, Tesla has made an offer for SolarCity in a deal valued at up to $2.86 billion.
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GHG Emissions  -  June 21, 2016

Trader Joe's to pay $2M to reduce emissions in US settlement over coolant leaks

National grocery store chain Trader Joe's has agreed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from refrigeration equipment at 453 of its stores and pay a $500,000 fine.
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Energy Storage  -  June 20, 2016

Microsoft unveils pilot program for data center energy storage

Microsoft has teamed up with NRG Energy, Primus Power and others on a pilot program to advance energy storage at Microsoft's data centers across the globe.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  June 20, 2016

Amazon wind farm clears legal challenge in NC

A lawsuit against North Carolina's environmental department over a 300-MW wind farm being developed by Amazon Web Services Inc. and Iberdrola SA has been thrown out.
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