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January 21, 2023

Weekend Reads: Wind vs. Solar; China Dominates Battery Market

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web:
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GHG Emissions  -  December 21, 2022 - By Amy Boyce, IMT

How Does the First Federal BPS Measure Up?

On December 7, the White House Council on the Environment Quality (CEQ) released the draft rules for performance standards for Federal buildings. In this column, IMT's Amy Boyce explores what the Federal standard aims to achieve, how it compares to other building performance standards, where the standards can go further - and why it matters.
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Regulation  -  November 28, 2022

EU to Require Corporate Sustainability Reporting

The Council of the European Union finalized its corporate sustainability reporting directive (CSRD), which will soon require companies to publish detailed information on how external sustainability factors (such as climate change or human rights issues) influence their activities.
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August 11, 2022

Dow Signs LOI to Advance Emissions Reduction

Dow, a materials science company, and X-energy, a nuclear energy innovation company, announced they have signed a letter of intent (LOI) for a project that will Dow advance its carbon emissions reduction goals.
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Solar  -  July 1, 2022

Lessons from the Front Line: Principles and Recommendations for Large-scale and Distributed Energy Interconnection Reforms

“If we don’t make major strides on interconnection reforms in the next few years, it will be impossible to achieve our more aggressive state and national clean energy goals,” according to Solar Energy Industries Association. In this whitepaper, "Lessons from the Front Line: Principles and Recommendations for Large-scale and Distributed Energy Interconnection Reforms," SEIA discusses the various opportunities utilities and regulators have to standardize, automate, and clarify interconnection procedures and policies.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  June 17, 2022

Rhode Island House Approves 100% RE Offsets by 2033

The Rhode Island House of Representatives approved legislation to increase renewable energy production and supply by requiring that 100% of Rhode Island’s electricity be offset by renewable production by 2033.
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Solar  -  May 18, 2022

Governors Seek End to Solar Tariff Case

A bipartisan group of 19 governors sent a letter urging the Biden administration to expedite its review of the anti-circumvention solar tariff case due to the recent decision by the U.S. Department of Commerce to investigate solar products imported from Southeast Asia.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 9, 2022

June Renewable Energy Forum Keynotes Announced

Senior leaders from T-Mobile, Michigan State, the City of Cincinnati, and Clayco will be featured keynote speakers for the Renewable Energy Forum/Summer Edition, June 6-8, 2022 at the Ponte Vedra Beach Inn & Club, Florida.
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Solar  -  December 23, 2021

Parker Ranch PPA Approved by PUC

The Public Utilities Commission (PUC) approved a 25-year PPA between Parker Ranch, Inc., its renewable energy subsidiary Paniolo Power Company LLC and Canada-based Innergex Renewable Energy Inc.
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GHG Emissions  -  June 25, 2021

Smart Energy Voices Podcast - Episode 40: The Energy Switch with Peter Kelly-Detwiler

In this episode of Smart Energy Voices, host John Failla is joined by his friend and colleague Peter Kelly-Detwiler, founder of NorthBridge Energy Partners. Peter is an active faculty member of Smart Energy Decisions and has decades of experience in the energy industry. Join as John and Peter discuss Peter’s new book: The Energy Switch.
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