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GHG Emissions  -  April 18, 2016

Apple has slashed carbon emissions by 60% since 2011 via efficiency, renewable sourcing

In its 2015 corporate sustainability report, Apple said it began energy audits in its supply chain and has identified more than $32 million in annual savings opportunities.
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GHG Emissions  -  April 18, 2016

EPA: Industrial, manufacturing sector created 21% of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions

The industrial and manufacturing sector represented the third-largest source of U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2014, according to a new report from the U.S. EPA.
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Wind  -  April 15, 2016

KCP&L strikes deal for 500 MW of wind from Missouri facilities

Once operational, the electricity from the projects is expected to bring KCP&L's total wind energy portfolio to nearly 1,400 MW.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  April 15, 2016

MidAmerican Energy goes all-in on wind, announces $3.6B project

The Berkshire Hathaway Inc. subsidiary announced plans for a new, $3.6 billion wind project that is expected to add up to 2,000 MW of wind generation in Iowa.
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Solar  -  April 14, 2016

Regency Centers completes solar installations at California shopping centers

The financing structure used allowed the involved parties to overcome hurdles that typically prevent solar energy from use at landlord-tenant commercial properties.
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Wind  -  April 12, 2016

Google becomes 1st corporate offtaker of an Enel wind farm in North America

Google has signed a 200-MW bundled, long-term power purchase agreement for power and renewable energy credits from a 400-MW wind farm under construction in Kansas.
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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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