Sourcing Renewables - February 11, 2021
Amazon, Google and Verizon topped the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance's (REBA) newly released list of 2020 leading large energy buyers.
Sourcing Renewables - February 1, 2021
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."
Sourcing Renewables - January 29, 2021
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.
Sourcing Renewables - January 21, 2021
Following a VPPA last September, Honda will receive 120 MW of renewable power from the recently completed Boiling Springs Wind Farm. Project owner RWE Renewables announced on Jan. 20 that the offtake is one of the largest-ever renewable energy purchases.
Sourcing Renewables - January 6, 2021
Volkswagen announced Dec. 29 that it plans to install nearly 750 new electric vehicle charging stations in 2021 as part of a planned expansion of its charging infrastructure in Germany.
Sourcing Renewables - January 5, 2021
Monolith Materials, a chemical and hydrogen company, announced Jan. 4 that it signed a letter-of-intent to procure enough renewable energy resources from Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) to generate two million MWh annually, keeping its Olive Creek production facility emissions-free.