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Energy Procurement  -  October 14, 2016

Industry study: New England energy costs will rise

A study released earlier this month by a group sponsored by the American Petroleum Institute warns that New England is at a greater risk of higher energy costs and price volatility than a year ago, in part due to new clean energy policies.
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Solar  -  October 12, 2016

BNEF: Clean energy investment slipped again in Q3

Global clean energy investment had its weakest quarter since 2013 between July and September this year, with U.S. investment alone declining 40% compared to the year-ago quarter.
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GHG Emissions  -  September 7, 2016

BlackRock issues climate change warning to investors

On the heels of the U.S. and China formally joining the Paris Agreement on climate change, BlackRock on Sept. 6 urged investors to factor climate change into their portfolios or face financial losses.
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Energy Efficiency  -  August 27, 2016

Weekend reads: Cannabis and LEDs; a gasoline-powered car ban; DOE program under fire & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  August 12, 2016

Report: Policy can advance C&I use of renewables

While the number of U.S. corporations pursuing clean energy to power their businesses has grown dramatically in recent years, regulation has emerged as a tough barrier to further progress in the commercial and industrial market for renewable energy.
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Wind  -  August 9, 2016

Massachusetts law will increase use of wind, hydro

A new Massachusetts law, signed by Republican Gov. Charlie Baker on Aug. 8, calls for an increase in the amount of renewable energy, especially wind and hydro, used in the state.
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Distributed Generation  -  August 4, 2016

FERC greenlights Apple Energy power sales

Apple Inc.'s Apple Energy unit received FERC approval to sell excess renewable energy generation at market rates.
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Wind  -  July 1, 2016

Google signs PPA for additional European wind energy to power data centers

Google on June 29 said it agreed to purchase, for 12 years, the entire electric output of a 120-MW wind farm to be built in Norway. The company will use the energy to power its European data centers.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  April 15, 2016

MidAmerican Energy goes all-in on wind, announces $3.6B project

The Berkshire Hathaway Inc. subsidiary announced plans for a new, $3.6 billion wind project that is expected to add up to 2,000 MW of wind generation in Iowa.
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Solar  -  April 12, 2016

Massachusetts governor signs solar legislation reducing state's net metering cap

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker on April 11 signed solar legislation into law that increases the state's net metering cap.
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