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Solar  -  March 4, 2020

Hospice of the Foothills to save $750K with solar installation

Hospice of the Foothills, a nonprofit hospice facility in Grass Valley, Calif., expects to save more than $750,000 in energy costs over the next 25 years, or $30,000 annually, thanks to a solar system installed at the facility.
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Finance  -  March 2, 2020

Toyota issues $750M green bond for clean vehicles

Toyota Financial Services announced Feb. 14 a $750 million green bond that will be used to fund new retail installment contracts and operating lease contracts to finance environmentally-friendly Toyota and Lexus vehicles.
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February 28, 2020

VF Corporation issues 500 euro green bond

VF Corporation has closed on a €500 million green bond offering, the proceeds from which will support programs to advance their sustainability goals.
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Solar  -  February 21, 2020

CA State Fund locations to receive solar, battery, EV charging

State Fund, a California-based workers' compensation insurance company, will be building solar panels, energy storage systems and electric vehicle charging stations at seven different locations in the state thanks to a new agreement announced Feb. 20
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Solar  -  February 20, 2020

Falmouth, ME could save $2M with proposed solar installation

The town of Falmouth, Maine, could offset 70% of their annual energy costs and save nearly $2 million over 20 years through a new solar project that is currently under proposal.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 17, 2020

Einstein Bros. Bagels to supply Texas stores with RE

Einstein Bros. Bagels announced Feb. 17 a new energy agreement that will cover 100% of the electricity needs for their locations in Texas with renewable energy.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 5, 2020

Facebook, Google, AT&T claim top spots among 2019 corporate energy buyers

Facebook, Google and AT&T topped the list of the 2019 Top 10 Large Energy Buyers in a report that reveals a total of 9.33 GW renewable energy procurement in the U.S.
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Regulation  -  February 5, 2020

New Hampshire to use VW settlement to fund EV charger overhaul

New Hampshire will be installing electric vehicle fast chargers along six major routes in the state, funded by a $4.6 million settlement from Volkswagen Group following a diesel emissions lawsuit.
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Solar  -  February 3, 2020

William & Mary to source 50% of electricity from solar

College of William & Mary announced Jan. 30 that they signed an agreement that will allow them to source nearly 50% of the campus’s electricity needs through solar energy.
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Solar  -  January 30, 2020

Amazon signs solar power deal for new Va. headquarters

Amazon announced Jan. 28 a new contract for 82 MW from a solar facility that will power the company’s new headquarters planned for Arlington, Va., and support its 100% renewable energy goal for the building.
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