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Sourcing Renewables  -  June 18, 2018 - By Ryan Martel

One year later, companies and investors are Still In

June marks one year since President Trump announced that he would pull the U.S. out of the Paris Agreement. In the hours and days after, Ceres, along with several partner organizations including World Wildlife Fund and Climate Nexus, helped to mobilize hundreds of influential companies
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Regulation  -  May 31, 2018

125 million electric vehicles expected by 2030

The number of electric vehicles (EVs) on the road worldwide is forecasted to reach 125 million by 2030, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), which put the total car count at about 2 billion by 2040. Estimates for 2017 showed the EV count at 3.1 million, an increase of 54%.
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Demand Management  -  May 23, 2018

White paper: Leveraging your generation assets to generate revenue

This white paper, presented by CPower, explores ways to leverage your emergency generation assets to promote sustainability, reinforce grid reliability, and generate revenue for your company.
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Wind  -  May 22, 2018

First-time C&I’s drive record wind PPAs

Led by first-time wind PPA participants Adobe, AT&T, and Nestle, along with repeat customers Bloomberg, Facebook, Nike, and T-Mobile, the number of wind PPAs signed in the first quarter of 2018 reached 3,500 MW, the highest level in any quarter since American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) began tracking them in 2013.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 17, 2018

Virginia biomass case challenges state’s renewable market

A biomass company that wants to sell power to Ferrum College, a small, private college in Virginia, is challenging regulators’ interpretation of the state’s competitive supplier law.
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Solar  -  May 14, 2018

Republicans request solar panel tariff exemption

Eight Republican senators joined together to send a letter to the U.S. Trade Representative and other federal agencies calling for utility-scale solar panels to be exempt from tariffs.
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April 3, 2018

Apple, IKEA, Tesla among climate policy leaders

Apple, Ikea, Tesla, and Unilever are among the top 20 companies cited in the “A-List of Climate Policy Engagement” report of those leading in strategic lobbying for the ambitions of the Paris Agreement around the world.
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Regulation  -  March 31, 2018

Weekend reads: Why is Trump angry?; Wireless EV recharging coming soon & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web:
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Regulation  -  March 30, 2018

Va. Supreme Court decision favors renewable energy shopping

The Virginia Supreme Court on Mar. 29 upheld a decision by state regulators that large electricity users seeking all-renewable power can shop for it without regard for a requirement that they give five years’ notice if they want to return to utility service
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Regulation  -  March 17, 2018

Weekend reads: Russians vs. U.S. energy; Learning to love Apple & Facebook & more

It's the weekend! Kick-back with these must-read energy stories from around the web:
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