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Solar  -  February 1, 2021

Kloss Distributing's warehouse runs on 100% solar

Chicago-area beverage company Kloss Distributing announced on Jan. 26 that it has installed solar on its warehouse roof. The company expects the solar installation to generate all of its electricity, saving $70,000 per year in electric costs.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 1, 2021

Smart Energy Decisions Webinar Center

Smart Energy Decisions present the Webinar Center - your go-to resource for presentations you need to help you make the best decisions for your energy efficiency and renewable energy strategies. Recent webinars include the "2021 State of Energy Management," "2020 Energy Industry Review and 2021 Forecast," "Opportunities for Energy Cost Savings & Independence with DERs," "No Capital Needed: A Guide to No-Cost Energy Products," and "Safety First! Disinfectant UV Lighting Solutions for Healthy Environments."
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 1, 2021

Big Y participates in community solar program

Big Y World Class Market, a large supermarket chain in New England, announced in January that it has taken the next step in supporting the production and consumption of clean energy by participating in a community solar program.
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GHG Emissions  -  January 30, 2021

Weekend reads: BlackRock CEO urges corporate focus on ESG; Decarbonizing Europe's buildings

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 29, 2021

Smart Energy Voices Podcast - Episode 20: The Growing Importance of Renewable Energy Partnerships

We all know that strong partnerships are essential if we are going to succeed in collaborating to accomplish a zero-carbon future. Companies and organizations that work together in business relationships have more opportunities to increase efficiency in joint projects and partner to source from renewable energy sources. This conversation features two of the players in just such a partnership. John speaks with Nathan Nissen, Principal Engineer, Sustainability at Kohler Company, and Greg Rizzo, Director of Origination at Enel Green Power.
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GHG Emissions  -  January 29, 2021

General Motors plans for carbon neutrality by 2040

GM announced on Jan. 28 that it plans to become carbon neutral in its global products and operations by 2035, eliminating tailpipe emissions from new light-duty vehicles by 2040. To reach its goals, GM has committed to science-based targets, signed the Business Ambition Pledge for 1.5⁰C, and plans to source renewable energy and leverage minimal offsets or credits.
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Solar  -  January 29, 2021

Meriden Housing Authority adds solar to affordable housing locations

Meriden Housing Authority announced on Jan. 26 that it will install solar EV carport, rooftop and ground-mount systems at two former schools in Bristol, Connecticut, which will be converted to affordable housing. The solar will provide 100% of the future tenants' power.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 29, 2021

Verizon signs 13 renewable energy agreements

Verizon announced on Jan. 28 that it has entered into a total of 13 long-term renewable energy purchase agreements (REPAs) totaling nearly 1.7 GW of renewable energy capacity since December 2019. This has made it of the largest corporate buyers of U.S. renewable energy.
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Solar  -  January 28, 2021

CyrusOne powers Texas data centers with renewables

CyrusOne, a global data center real estate investment trust, announced on Jan. 26 that the company will purchase renewable energy to power two of its data centers in Texas.
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GHG Emissions  -  January 28, 2021

New Jersey expands EV charging

The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities announced on Jan. 27 that it approved a settlement to develop electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the state. Cars, trucks and buses are the largest sources of greenhouse gas emissions in New Jersey.
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