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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 23, 2019

Honda signs largest auto VPPA

Honda signed two VPPAs that will result in 320 MW of wind and solar power, totaling over 1 million MWh of electricity annually, the largest renewable energy purchase within the automobile industry.
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GHG Emissions  -  September 23, 2019

Intuit commits to 50x climate positive by 2030

Intuit pledged to surpass carbon neutrality 50 times by 2030 and abide by the 1.5-degree science-based emissions reduction targets set by the United Nations Global Compact alongside more than 12,000 other signatories in 160 countries.
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Energy Efficiency  -  September 21, 2019

Weekend reads: The battle for Calif. polution limits; Energy efficiency drives jobs

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web:
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 20, 2019

AT&T to surpass 1.5 GW of RE with 2 new VPPAs

AT&T's renewable energy purchases will surpass 1.5 GW of clean energy capacity following new VPPAs with Invenergy and Duke Energy Renewables, they announced September 20 as part of Climate Week NYC 2019.
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September 19, 2019

Amazon targets early net zero, adds 100,000 EVs

Amazon committed to meet the Paris Agreement's target for net zero emissions across their business by 2040, a full 10 years earlier than the Paris Accord's 2050 goal.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 18, 2019

Johns Hopkins, McCormick, TJX sign mega aggregation deal

McCormick & Company, Johns Hopkins University and TJX Companies, Inc. all signed separate deals with Constellation, who will supply 175 MW between the three companies to power their operations.
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Wind  -  September 18, 2019

VPPA a first for Sprint

Spirit signed a 12-year VPPA for 173.3 MW of wind energy from the Maryneal project under development in Texas and expected to come online in 2020.
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Utilities  -  September 17, 2019

Southern water utility drops emissions by 75 tons with renewable diesel program

The largest public water utility in the Southeast reduced emissions by approximately 75 tons in three months by switching thirty-four of its diesel vehicles to a cleaner-burning renewable diesel.
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Energy Storage  -  September 16, 2019

City of Fayetteville transitions wastewater facilities to solar power

Through an agreement with a local renewable energy company, the city of Fayetteville, Ark., will begin to power two wastewater treatment plants by solar energy, expected to increase the city’s clean energy consumption from 16% to 72%.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 14, 2019

Weekend reads: Game over for non-RE energy?; A car that runs forever

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web:
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