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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 28, 2018

Decline in cost of renewables hits fossil fuels

The deep decline in the cost of renewables has led to deteriorating economics for generating electricity from fossil fuels, with wind and solar expected to be cheaper than coal by 2023.
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Energy Efficiency  -  March 27, 2018

FedEx orders Tesla Semi electric trucks

FedEx announced on Mar. 26 that it has placed a reservation for 20 Tesla semi fully-electric trucks. The trucks, scheduled to begin production in 2019 will be operated by FedEx Freight, its less-than-truckload unit.
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Energy Storage  -  March 25, 2018

Weekend reads: Move over, Tesla; Exploring solar's duck curve & more

It's the weekend! Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web:
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 23, 2018

H5 Data Centers Expands RE with RECs

H5 Data Centers, a national colocation and wholesale data center provider, on Mar. 23 announced the purchase of RECS to offset 100% of the energy consumption at its Cleveland data center.
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Solar  -  March 22, 2018

Microsoft signs largest U.S. corporate solar PPA

Microsoft Corp. announced on Mar. 21 the purchase of 315 MW of energy from Pleinmont I and II, two new solar projects in Virginia, representing the single largest corporate purchase of solar energy ever in the U.S.
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Regulation  -  March 22, 2018

Spending bill rejects Trump’s EPA cuts

A $1.3 trillion spending bill released on Mar. 21 by Congressional leaders rejected deep cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed by President Trump.
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Energy Storage  -  March 21, 2018

Infographic: UPS powering operations of the future

UPS announced on Mar. 19 that, as part of a consortium, they have deployed a new charging technology in London that overcomes the challenge of simultaneously recharging an entire fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) without the need for the expensive upgrade
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Energy Storage  -  March 20, 2018

UPS premiers smart grid EV charging technology

UPS announced on Mar. 19 that, as part of a consortium, they have deployed a new charging technology in London that overcomes the challenge of simultaneously recharging an entire fleet of electric vehicles (EVs) without the need for the expensive upgrade to the power supply grid.
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Solar  -  March 20, 2018

University of Hawaii to reach 100% onsite RE

The University of Hawaii’s Maui College campus will become among the first in the nation to generate 100% percent of its energy from on-site solar photovoltaic (PV) systems coupled with battery storage.
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Finance  -  March 19, 2018 - By 3Degrees

Close collaboration leads to green tariff that works for businesses and utilities

Data centers are a fast-growing source of energy consumption. While today they consume 2% of the electricity in the US, by 2030 that figure is expected to grow to 10%. Switch, a technology infrastructure corporation, wants to ensure this tremendous growth in energy consumption occurs in the most sustainable way
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