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Sourcing Renewables  -  April 1, 2020 - By Better Buildings, U.S. Department of Energy

Chesapeake College: On-Campus Solar Energy and Storage

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recognized Better Buildings Challenge partner Chesapeake College for energy efficiency advances made throughout its Wye Mills, Maryland campus. Most recently, the college completed a 1.8-megawatt solar array with 1-megawatt battery backup. Here's how they did it.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  April 1, 2020

Clean hydrogen has potential to replace natural gas, report finds

A new report released March 30 by BloombergNEF finds that increasing the production of hydrogen from wind and solar power can be a powerful tool for reducing global greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  April 1, 2020

Savannah commits to 100% clean energy transition by 2035

The city council of Savannah, Ga., unanimously adopted a resolution March 26 to pursue a community-wide goal of 100% renewable electricity before 2035.
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GHG Emissions  -  March 31, 2020

Ann Arbor launches $1 billion project for carbon neutrality by 2030

The city of Ann Arbor released an expansive $1 billion plan to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030, including an emphasis on expanding transit services and powering the city with 100% renewable energy.
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Energy Efficiency  -  March 30, 2020 - By Jake Duncan, IMT

Stronger Together: Efficiency With Instead of Efficiency First

As the demand for climate action continues to ramp up, more cities, businesses, and utilities are discussing their decarbonization strategies for the years ahead. In this column from Jake Duncan of the Institute for Market Transformation (IMT), advancing these efforts will require a shift in the way building owners and tenants, city leaders, utility representatives, and communities think about buildings and the role of energy efficiency.
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Commercial  -  March 30, 2020

Mazda pursues biofuel research projects

Mazda announced March 30 that they are currently involved in joint research projects with Hiroshima University and the Tokyo Institute of Technology to promote the wide-spread development and use of biofuels from microalgae growth.
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March 27, 2020 - By John Failla, Smart Energy Decisions

COVID-19 won't stop us

This is an unprecedented time in our history with the COVID-19 pandemic impacting the health of those we care about, our businesses, the economy, and the way we live our lives. As we continue to pursue our mission to help you navigate the energy transition during these challenging times, we want you to know that Smart Energy Decisions is here for you.
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March 27, 2020

CEMEX targets 35% emissions cut by 2030

CEMEX introduced its Climate Action strategy March 26, in which they outlined their goal to reduce CO2 emissions by 35% by 2030 and work toward a carbon-neutral economy.
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Regulation  -  March 27, 2020

Massachusetts finalizes Clean Peak Energy Standard program

The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources filed March 20 finalized regulations for implementing the state’s Clean Peak Energy Standard, the first of its kind in the nation.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 27, 2020

California launches plan to double RE capacity by 2030

The California Public Utilities Commissions released March 26 a new target to double the amount of renewable energy capacity in the state by 2030.
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