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Solar  -  July 19, 2017

Napa Valley wineries turn to solar power

A family-run winery in Napa Valley is expecting to offset 95% of its utility bill through power generated from a 177-kW solar installation at its property.
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Solar  -  July 17, 2017

Hormel Foods joins community solar project

Dold Foods, a subsidiary of Hormel Foods Corp., recently partnered up in a community solar project to expand its renewable energy use at its Kansas facility.
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Solar  -  July 15, 2017

Weekend reads: China's panda solar farm; NRG's green power pivot; congress debates climate change & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Solar  -  July 13, 2017

Case study: Medline's 1st North American solar project

This case study, presented by EnterSolar, shares details about Medline's first-ever onsite solar project in North America.
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Solar  -  July 13, 2017

University of Maryland installs new solar canopy

The University of Maryland is installing three solar canopies above on-campus parking garages, aligning with its goal of relying on 100% renewable energy by 2020.
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Solar  -  July 11, 2017

Planet Fitness announces 1st solar powered gym

Planet Fitness Inc. announced July 10 its first net-zero energy fitness center at its location in St. Petersburg, Fla.
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Regulation  -  July 7, 2017

N.C. legislators attempt to halt wind farm permits

North Carolina state legislators June 30 inserted a proposed 18-month moratorium on new wind farm permits into a state renewable energy bill currently awaiting the governor's signature or veto.
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Energy Efficiency  -  July 6, 2017

Wyoming efficiency program helps fund solar, retrofit projects for local businesses

A new energy efficiency initiative through the town of Jackson, Wyo., has approved loans for two local businesses to finance upcoming energy projects, including a rooftop solar installation for a local brewery.
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GHG Emissions  -  June 29, 2017

UPS sets greenhouse gas reduction targets

UPS, one of the world's largest fleet operators, has revised its sustainability commitments to include a specific greenhouse gas emissions target alongside efforts to increase its use of alternative fuels and renewable energy sources.
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Demand Management  -  June 28, 2017

JPMorgan plans energy management software rollout

JPMorgan Chase will deploy new energy management systems that will utilize sensors, software and lighting controls across approximately 4,500 of its branches that are expected to help reduce gas and electric consumption by 15%.
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