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Utilities  -  September 22, 2017

Utility launches 100% RE program for big businesses

One of Michigan's largest utility's, Consumers Energy, on Sept. 22 announced a new program to help large businesses be powered 100% by renewable energy.
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Regulation  -  September 18, 2017

Community solar programs take shape in Illinois

Following the passage of the "Future Energy Jobs Act," through the Illinois state Legislature, utilities and regulators have begun work on the formation of community solar programs, according to Midwest Energy News.
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Wind  -  September 12, 2017

Maryland launches community wind grant program

The Maryland Energy Administration, of MEA, has launched a new program that will support the use of community wind resources among businesses, nonprofits, and state, local, and municipal governments and their agencies/institutions.
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Solar  -  September 8, 2017

Steel group sides with Suniva on trade case

The Steel Manufacturers Association has become the first industry trade group to lend its support to a petition from two financially distressed solar panel makers calling for federal tariffs on imported solar modules, Axios reported Sept. 7.
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GHG Emissions  -  September 2, 2017

Weekend reads: Harvey's wind impact; states adopting carbon costs; Tim Cook on renewables & more

Kick back this holiday weekend with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Solar  -  August 30, 2017

Amazon unveils massive rooftop solar project

Amazon.com Inc. on Aug. 29 announced what it says is the largest rooftop solar project in New Jersey: A 22,000-panel system at its fulfillment center in Carteret.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  August 28, 2017

Apple CEO: Wind access 'paramount' for data centers

Following Apple Inc.'s announcement that Iowa would be home to its newest data center, CEO Tim Cook called renewable energy "paramount" to the company's decision to locate there. 
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CHP  -  August 25, 2017 - By Jack Griffin

Efficient energy policies to power cities, industry

This column from Jack Griffin of SourceOne outlines the savings and reliability benefits of combined heat and power systems and offers recommendations for overcoming barriers to broader adoption among large energy users.
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GHG Emissions  -  August 25, 2017

States to extend, increase cap-and-trade program

New York and the eight other states participating in the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative have announced a proposal to update their efforts to lower carbon pollution by reducing the cap on power plant emissions an additional 30% below 2020 levels by 2030.
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Regulation  -  August 24, 2017

DOE grid report: Renewables not a threat to reliability

Following months of controversy and speculation within the energy industry, the U.S. Department of Energy on Aug. 23 released a report outlining the findings of its study on electricity markets and reliability and attributing the retirement of tradit
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