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Solar  -  January 4, 2018

Alabama Power, Walmart solar project starts up

Nearly 18 months after initially announced, one of Alabama's largest solar projects is up, running and providing renewable energy to Walmart through a long-term contract with Alabama Power.
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Commercial  -  January 3, 2018

SEIA publishes new C&I solar contract resources

The Solar Energy Industries Association on Jan. 3 announced the release of two documents it says were designed to spur investment in commercial solar projects; the first is a sample contract that combines the benefits of a power purchase agreement with PACE.
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Regulation  -  December 23, 2017

Weekend reads: A holiday guide to climate science; coal for Christmas at FERC; Tesla's big year & more

The holidays are here, and so is the final weekend reads edition of 2017! Cozy up with the top five holiday/year-end energy stories of the week.
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Solar  -  December 22, 2017

IKEA wraps Illinois' largest rooftop solar project

IKEA recently announced the completion of a 2.85 MW rooftop solar project on its Joliet, Ill., distribution center. 
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Energy Storage  -  December 21, 2017

Stadium deploys storage for solar-powered EVs

A sports stadium in the Netherlands has embarked on an energy infrastructure project that will allow visitors to charge their electric vehicles with power generated from onsite solar panels.
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Solar  -  December 19, 2017

New Jersey manufacturer to save $6.5M with solar

A New Jersey manufacturing company that specializes in lamination is expecting to reduce its energy costs by $6.5 million over 25 years after installing a 1.4 MW rooftop solar project at one of its facilities.
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Solar  -  December 19, 2017

Susquehanna U partners on 14-acre solar project

Artist’s rendering of the solar array being developed by WGL Energy and Susquehanna University provided by WGL Energy.
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Solar  -  December 18, 2017

EDF, Toyota invest in vehicle-to-grid company

In a move aimed at providing options for corporate and industrial companies that want to offer workplace charging, EDF Renewable Energy and Toyota Tsusho have closed on a Series A investment in San-Diego based Nuvve Corp., a startup focused on vehicle-to-grid solutions. 
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Sourcing Renewables  -  December 14, 2017

Bay Area Transit System signs 100 MW of PPAs

The Bay Area Rapid Transit system, known as BART, recently executed two power purchase agreements for electricity that will propel the fifth-largest rapid transit system in the U.S. far beyond its goal of getting 50% of its energy from renewable sources.
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Solar  -  December 13, 2017

Mars using solar to manufacture Pedigree dog food

Mars Petcare has started using electricity generated from its newest solar garden, linked to its San Bernardino, Calif., manufacturing facility, to produce Pedigree brand dry dog food.
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