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Solar  -  January 14, 2021

Firestone Walker Brewing completes large on-site solar array

Firestone Walker Brewing Company announced on Jan. 13 that it has completed one of the largest on-site solar installations in craft beer­­: a 2.1-MW array and 281-kW solar carport on 9.7 acres near its main brewery in Paso Robles, California.

Sourcing Renewables  -  January 6, 2021

Volkswagen plans 750 EV charger installations in Germany for 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 signs letter-of-intent to procure renewable energy for production facility

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.

Solar  -  January 4, 2021

German chemical producer BASF agrees to source 55 MW of solar power

BASF Corporation, a German chemical producer, announced Dec. 21 that it completed an agreement for 55 MW of solar power from a new Texas project.

GHG Emissions  -  January 4, 2021

VRESF Video: Addressing Residual Emissions on the Path to Net Zero

We continue our series of presentations from the 2020 Virtual Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum with "Addressing Residual Emissions on the Path to Net Zero." Stephanie Harris, Director of Carbon Markets at 3Degrees explains that more and more organizations are recognizing the role carbon offsets can play as an instrument to address residual emissions in the near term while better criteria are developed to understand what it means to be net-zero.

Sourcing Renewables  -  December 30, 2020

VRESF Video: The Future of Sustainability Strategy

Continuing our series of presentations from the 2020 Virtual Renewable Energy Forum (Winter Edition), Greg Kandankulam, Senior Manager, Sustainability at NRG Energy discusses a series of paradigm shifts that have led to larger conversations around carbon mitigation strategies, including both opportunities and challenges that must be considered when creating a sustainability strategy.

Sourcing Renewables  -  December 29, 2020

VRESF Video: The Growing Importance of Renewable Energy Partnerships

Stronger partnerships will be essential for companies to reach a zero-carbon future. In this session from the 2020 Virtual Renewable Energy Forum (Winter Edition) presented by Enel Green Power (EGP), Greg Rizzo, Director of Origination for EGP, and Nathan Nissen, Principal Engineer – Sustainability at Kohler Co., discuss the key components needed to build a partnership that will lead to an effective energy strategy.

Solar  -  December 22, 2020

Intel sources clean energy from 100 MW solar facility

Intel Corporation announced Dec. 21 that it is now receiving clean energy from a new 100 MW solar facility in Arizona to power a local tech manufacturing plant.

Wind  -  December 22, 2020

New wind will give energy to Walmart, Smithfield Foods, Starbucks

A 303 MW wind farm that will provide clean energy to Walmart, Smithfield Foods and Starbucks is now operational in southern Oklahoma.

Sourcing Renewables  -  December 21, 2020

Municipal, utility, commercial customers around the U.S. complete agreements with RNG provider

A plethora of commercial, industrial, municipal, transportation, utility and waste removal entities completed new or extended old contracts for more than 58 million gallons combined of renewable natural gas (RNG) from Clean Energy Fuels Corp.

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