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January 18, 2018 - By Peyton Boswell

The U.S. Tax Overhaul: What Does It Mean for Corporate Solar Projects?

With the first major overhaul of the U.S. tax code in over 30 years, changes to tax policy are having a significant impact on the feasibility of companies “going solar” in the U.S. This column from EnterSolar discusses key impacts of the new tax code on corporate solar projects.
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January 13, 2018

Weekend reads: Bitcoin Power, Trends to Watch & Home Biogas

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Regulation  -  January 12, 2018

NYC announces goal to divest from fossil fuels

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Jan. 10 a goal to divest New York City’s $189 billion pension fund from fossil fuel companies within five years, making the city the first major US pension plan to take this action.
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Finance  -  January 8, 2018

Church pension fund adds $17M to RE fund

The Church Pension Fund, a financial services organization serving the Episcopal Church, announced an investment of $17 million in the Social Investment Managers & Advisors Off-Grid Solar and Financial Access Senior Debt Fund I B.V.
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Solar  -  January 4, 2018

Alabama Power, Walmart solar project starts up

Nearly 18 months after initially announced, one of Alabama's largest solar projects is up, running and providing renewable energy to Walmart through a long-term contract with Alabama Power.
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Finance  -  January 2, 2018

TD Bank targets $100B in low carbon finance

Deepening the banking sector's influence in the clean energy economy, TD Bank Group recently unveiled a new series of initiatives aimed at advancing the global shift to lower carbon future.
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Solar  -  December 19, 2017

Susquehanna U partners on 14-acre solar project

Artist’s rendering of the solar array being developed by WGL Energy and Susquehanna University provided by WGL Energy.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  December 14, 2017

Bay Area Transit System signs 100 MW of PPAs

The Bay Area Rapid Transit system, known as BART, recently executed two power purchase agreements for electricity that will propel the fifth-largest rapid transit system in the U.S. far beyond its goal of getting 50% of its energy from renewable sources.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  December 11, 2017 - By Helen Wallace-Fisher

Evaluating PPA opportunities to best suit your needs

The growth in the renewables industry and the push for corporate sustainability has led to a huge range of PPA options in terms of, amongst other factors, type, structure, pricing and duration. This column from Helen Wallace-Fisher of Accenture outlines a simple matrix that can be used to help corporations design a framework for finding power purchase agreements that best suit its needs.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  November 12, 2017 - By Megan Corsano

RESF wrap-up: Corporate renewable energy buyers chart path toward a cleaner, more sustainable future

More than 140 corporate energy buyers and sellers gathered at the PGA National Resort in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., from Nov. 8 through 10 for the 2017 Smart Energy Decisions Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, where they discussed corporate procurement trends and strategies for setting and achieving renewable energy goals. 
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