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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 23, 2017

NC lawmakers ask Trump to halt Amazon wind farm

Republican lawmakers in North Carolina have asked officials in the Trump administration to oppose, as is, an almost completed $400 million wind project that Amazon Web Services expects to buy clean energy from.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 16, 2017

Rankings: Corporate clean energy procurement index

This report from the Retail Industry Leaders Association, the Information Technology Industry Council and Clean Edge ranks all 50 U.S. states on the ease with which American corporations can procure domestic renewable energy.
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GHG Emissions  -  January 14, 2017

Weekend reads: 'Clean coal' plant revs up; NY's nuke shutdown; Fiat faces emissions accusations & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Solar  -  January 7, 2017

Weekend reads: Garbage power; a winery's climate change battle; solar for Trump's wall & more

Kick back with this week's must read energy stories from around the web.
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Regulation  -  January 4, 2017

Green group challenges Duke Energy monopoly

A North Carolina environmental group is taking a challenge to a long-standing state policy preventing the sale of electricity by parties other than a utility to a court of appeals.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 3, 2017

Hawaiian Electric to hit 100% renewables by 2040

In a recent filing with state regulators, Hawaii's largest utility outlines its plans for increasing its use of renewable energy to meet 100% of the state's power needs by 2040.
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Regulation  -  December 30, 2016

With veto, Ohio clean energy standards to unfreeze

Ohio Gov. John Kasich on Dec. 27 vetoed a bill that would have weakened the state's renewable energy standards for power companies; seven of the state's largest businesses, including Nestle, Owens Corning and Whirlpool, applauded the move.
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Regulation  -  December 20, 2016

EPA abandons work on Clean Power Plan guidance

The U.S. EPA announced Dec. 19 that it has stopped work on model rules associated with the Clean Power Plan intended to help states chart paths to compliance with the rule.
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Regulation  -  December 19, 2016

Michigan energy reform maintains customer choice program, increased renewable energy mandate

Reaching a last-minute compromise, Michigan lawmakers on Dec. 15 passed long-sought-after reforms to the state's energy policies that will increase the renewable energy standard and maintain the retail electric choice program.
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Wind  -  December 14, 2016

1st US offshore wind farm begins operations

The country's first offshore wind farm is now operational, setting the stage for the possibility of future projects to be added to the nation's generation mix.
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