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June 2, 2020

Teva Pharmaceuticals cuts emissions 17.2%, decreases energy use 9.4%

Teva Pharmaceuticals met their greenhouse gas reduction target before their goal of 2020 and has charted a path forward to improving their sustainability.
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GHG Emissions  -  June 1, 2020

Newmont cuts emissions intensity by 13.7%, seeks RE

Newmont reported June 1 that they have seen a drop in emissions and energy use due to operational improvements despite an increase in overall production and in 2019 sourced 22.4% of their global electricity from renewable sources.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 29, 2020

Pasadena completes largest EV fast-charging lot in U.S.

The City of Pasadena, Calif., awarded a contract to an electric vehicle fast-charger producer to install 20 DC fast chargers at the Marengo Charging Plaza, making it the largest public-access DC fast charging location in the U.S.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 28, 2020

Columbus surpasses Ohio EV adoption target

Residents of Columbus, Ohio, surpassed the state's EV adoption goals created in 2016 and were found to have purchased 3,323 electric vehicles over the past three years as a result of the state’s efforts to encourage EV adoption through large employers and providing free charging.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 27, 2020

The impact of renewable energy on electricity pricing in ERCOT

Energy markets rarely stay static. Understanding marketplace dynamics and emerging concepts like peak net load is vital. This new blog from NRG captures these factors and tangible strategies for businesses in Texas to consider as summer approaches.
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Solar  -  May 27, 2020

New York completes two community solar projects

Commercial businesses and residents in the New York towns of Johnstown and Caledonia will soon have access to clean energy through two community solar projects that were just recently completed.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 23, 2020

Weekend reads: Testing solar in space; BP explores green hydrogen

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 22, 2020

The world's largest hydrogen plant is coming to California

The City of Lancaster, Calif., will be host to the world’s largest green hydrogen production facility, which is expected to have the capacity to generate up to 3.8 million kilograms of green hydrogen annually using recycled mixed paper.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  May 20, 2020

SED’s Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum Goes Virtual

Smart Energy Decisions announces that the upcoming Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, July 27-31, will be held online using a virtual event platform featuring the latest in communications and event management technology for facilitating virtual events including one-to-one meetings.
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Solar  -  May 20, 2020

Emory Univ. plans 5.5 MW solar project

Emory University announced May 12 that they will be installing 5.5 MW of solar generation on campus and expect the project to cover 10% of the university's peak energy requirements.
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