Industrial | Renewable Energy | Smart Energy Decisions

Industrial

Sourcing Renewables  -  May 20, 2020

SED’s Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum Goes Virtual

Smart Energy Decisions announces that the upcoming Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, July 27-31, will be held online using a virtual event platform featuring the latest in communications and event management technology for facilitating virtual events including one-to-one meetings.
More

May 13, 2020

Solar project to power Toyota and Dow approved by PSC

Toyota and Dow Silicones Corporation will soon be receiving solar power from a 100 MW project that was just approved by the Public Service Commission (PSC) in Kentucky on May 8 to be sourced by their local utilities.
More

Industrial  -  May 12, 2020

GCC to power S.D. cement plant with wind

Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua (GCC) will soon be powering 50% of their Rapid City, S.D., cement manufacturing plant with wind energy for the next 15 years through a new deal announced May 6.
More

Wind  -  April 17, 2020

Spirit Aerosystems to power HQ and plant with wind power

Spirit Aerosystems announced April 16 that they have finalized a plan to power their entire 12.8 million-square-foot manufacturing site and headquarters in Wichita, Kan., with wind-generated electricity.
More

Sourcing Renewables  -  April 16, 2020

Shell commits to carbon neutrality by 2050

Shell announced April 16 their plans on how to become net-zero in their manufacturing operations before 2050 to contribute to the global 1.5-degree climate ambition.
More

Industrial  -  April 6, 2020

Chile's Centinela mines to be powered with 100% clean energy

Antofagasta announced April 1 that they have signed a PPA that will allow them to source 100% of the energy needed to power their Centinela copper mines from renewable sources by 2022.
More

Regulation  -  April 2, 2020 - By Caitlin Marquis, Advanced Energy Economy

UPDATE: Understanding the MOPR - What an Obscure FERC Rule Could Mean for Renewable Energy Buyers

The hottest four-letter word of 2020 is MOPR (Minimum Offer Price Rule), which has become a top concern of clean energy advocates, advanced energy developers, and large power users. This column from Caitlin Marquis of Advanced Energy Economy explores the implications of this FERC rule, which poses a threat to both state clean energy policies and voluntary purchases of renewable energy in PJM - and offers an update following PJM's March compliance filing to FERC.
More

Sourcing Renewables  -  April 1, 2020

Clean hydrogen has potential to replace natural gas, report finds

A new report released March 30 by BloombergNEF finds that increasing the production of hydrogen from wind and solar power can be a powerful tool for reducing global greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
More

March 27, 2020 - By John Failla, Smart Energy Decisions

COVID-19 won't stop us

This is an unprecedented time in our history with the COVID-19 pandemic impacting the health of those we care about, our businesses, the economy, and the way we live our lives. As we continue to pursue our mission to help you navigate the energy transition during these challenging times, we want you to know that Smart Energy Decisions is here for you.
More

March 17, 2020

Gevo's Minnesota plant to be powered from 5 MW wind farm

Gevo’s subsidiary Agri-Energy will begin fueling it’s Luverne, Minn., production plant with 5 MW of renewable electricity from a wind farm of which construction was completed this week.
More
[1] 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 ... Last 

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • LinkedIn
  • Subscribe