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Wind  -  February 7, 2020

Saint-Gobain enters into its largest clean energy agreement

Saint-Gobain North America has entered into its largest clean energy agreement to date by signing a 12-year VPPA with the Blooming Grove Wind Farm in McLean County, Ill., to offset its CO2 emission in the U.S.
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Wind  -  February 6, 2020

Wind farm to power Nike operations is now operational

A 307 MW wind farm in Texas that will supply power to Nike and Austin Energy has been completed, project developers announced Feb. 6.
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Solar  -  February 6, 2020

Lake Tahoe Airport completes rooftop solar installation

The Lake Tahoe Airport is celebrating the installation of a rooftop solar system, which is expected to provide 95% of the airport's electricity needs and makes it the first building in South Lake Tahoe to run on solar power.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 5, 2020 - By Adobe

Adobe Steps Up for Climate Action

In today’s landscape, it’s critical for businesses to step up as global corporate citizens, and that means reducing environmental impact and mitigating climate change. In this column, Adobe, a long-standing supporter of the transition to a low-carbon economy - and a 2020 Smart Energy Decisions Innovation Award winner - reviews their progress and next steps.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 5, 2020

Facebook, Google, AT&T claim top spots among 2019 corporate energy buyers

Facebook, Google and AT&T topped the list of the 2019 Top 10 Large Energy Buyers in a report that reveals a total of 9.33 GW renewable energy procurement in the U.S.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 5, 2020

Daimler enters agreement for 100% RE to power German plants

Daimler, the German auto manufacturing corporation that includes Mercedes-Benz, will have 100% of its demand for its German production sites covered with a combination of solar, wind and hydroelectric power.
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Solar  -  February 4, 2020

New Jersey school district installs 1,470 kW of rooftop solar

The Elizabeth Public School Board of Education in Elizabeth, N.J., will be receiving two new rooftop solar projects totaling approximately 1,470 kW in a system that is expected to produce 1,800,000 kWh in the first year.
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GHG Emissions  -  February 3, 2020

Today’s Leaders. Tomorrow’s Heroes: Adam Shalapin, Ball Corporation

For Adam Shalapin, Ball Corporation’s Global Sustainability Manager, helping the manufacturer cut 25% of emissions of each beverage container they make is more than a corporate mission. Adam’s video is the first in a new series from Duke Energy Renewables: “Today’s Leaders. Tomorrow’s Heroes.” This new series is all about leaders in renewable energy, their internal drive, leadership style, and the courage to "do differently."
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Solar  -  February 3, 2020

William & Mary to source 50% of electricity from solar

College of William & Mary announced Jan. 30 that they signed an agreement that will allow them to source nearly 50% of the campus’s electricity needs through solar energy.
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February 3, 2020

LA Sanitation commits to electrifying refuse truck fleet by 2035

Los Angeles Sanitation committed during a panel discussion on Jan. 23 to completely electrifying its refuse truck fleet, replacing its existing fleet of natural gas refuse trucks, by 2035 on the path to zero-emissions.
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