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Solar  -  April 8, 2016

Bimbo Bakeries USA installing 1.075-MW solar system at California facility

Bimbo Bakeries USA said April 7 it will install a 1.075-MW solar energy project on rooftop and ground canopy structures at its Escondido, Calif., bakery this summer.
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Wind  -  April 8, 2016

Google Energy led growing number of nonutility wind buyers in 2015

Nonutility buyers, lead by Google, Amazon Web Services and Equinix, accounted for 52% of wind power contracted through power purchase agreements in 2015.
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Energy Efficiency  -  March 30, 2016 - By Nancy Buzby

Storytelling for sustainability: It's time for corporate leaders to gather 'round the campfire

The term 'greenwashing' might be officially outdated.
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Hydro  -  March 28, 2016

Duke Energy, citing commitment to clean energy, plans upgrades to Indiana hydro facility

Citing a renewed commitment to clean energy, Duke Energy's Indiana utility is planning upgrades to its Markland Hydro Station along the Ohio River.
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Solar  -  March 24, 2016

C&I additions of PV solar outpaced by residential sector, EIA finds

Growth in commercial and industrial sector additions of distributed photovoltaic solar were overshadowed in 2015 by significant growth in the residential sector.
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Solar  -  March 23, 2016

IKEA Las Vegas wraps up solar installation, to be the largest of its kind in Nevada

Marking its 43rd solar project in the U.S., IKEA has finished the installation of a 1.14-MW solar system atop its Las Vegas store, which is set to open May 18.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 22, 2016

General Motors saves $80M with renewable energy

General Motor's first renewable energy project dates back to 1993, when it began capturing landfill gas for use at its Toledo, Ohio, transmission plant
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 22, 2016

Apple boasts 93% of facilities now powered with renewables

The tech company now operates 93% of its facilities worldwide with renewable energy.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 21, 2016

California geothermal plant gains preliminary approval

The Imperial Irrigation District's board of directors voted last week to approve a 1,900-acre lease agreement with Controlled Thermal Resources to build a 250-MW geothermal plant.
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Solar  -  March 21, 2016

PSEG acquires Colorado solar project

Public Service Enterprise Group subsidiary PSEG Solar Source announced it acquired a 37.8-MW solar plant.
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