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October 15, 2021

Best Buy Plans Massive Solar Farm to Cover 30% of its Stores Electricity

Best Buy announced Oct. 13 that it will soon offset the carbon impact of 30% of its U.S. store portfolio through a new utility-scale solar project.
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Solar  -  October 14, 2021

EVRAZ Steel Mill Gets 300 MW Solar Installation

EVRAZ North America announced Oct. 13 that its Pueblo plant will become the first steel mill to be powered largely by solar energy thanks to a new 300 MW project.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 13, 2021

The ABCs of Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)

Corporate energy users use PPAs to reduce fossil fuel reliance, curb emissions, procure RECs, meet mandates, and signal action against climate change. However, not all PPAs are equal. Contract provisions – and outcomes – vary. To help inform and accelerate corporate emissions reductions, this Shell Energy white paper explains similarities, differences, and challenges between the leading types of PPAs. 
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Solar  -  October 13, 2021

PPG Inks Deal with 200 MW Solar Project

Global paint manufacturer PPG announced Oct. 12 a 10-year agreement it made to power its Carrollton, Texas, facility with energy from a 200 MW solar project.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 13, 2021

San Fransisco Taco Bells Install EV Charging Stations

Taco Bell restaurant locations in South San Francisco will soon be receiving DC fast electric vehicle chargers through a new infrastructure development project.
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Solar  -  October 13, 2021

Rhode Island Public Housing to Save Costs With Three Solar Installations

The Public Housing Association of Rhode Island (PHARI) will soon be launching a project that will provide energy savings to its public housing residents.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 12, 2021

GM and GE Team Up on EV and RE Production Supply Chains

General Motors and GE Renewable Energy announced Oct. 6 a new partnership to grow the supply chain of heavy and light rare earth and other materials used for manufacturing electric vehicles and renewable energy equipment.
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Energy Storage  -  October 12, 2021

Coast Guard Training Facility Save $1.2 Million Annually with New Microgrid

The United States Coast Guard will soon be adding its first battery energy storage system to its largest west coast training facility.
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October 11, 2021

Mission-Critical Emission Targets Driving Interest in RE Forum

Pent-up demand for in-person meetings among energy buyers and suppliers, driven by aggressive timeframes for purchasing renewable energy projects to meet targets is leading to strong interest in Smart Energy Decision’s upcoming Renewable Energy Forum, set for December 6-8, 2021 in person at the Hyatt Regency, Huntington Beach, California.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 11, 2021

Midwest States Team Up on EV Infrastructure Network

Governors from Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin recently announced the launch of a regional initiative to create an electric vehicle charging network across the Midwest and collaborate on encouraging the EV transition.
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