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Power Prices  -  March 9, 2017 - By Greg Turk

How market dynamics impact PPA, VPPA contracts

While there are many advantages to commercial and industrial customers "going green" with long-term renewable energy purchase agreements, it is critical that buyers consider the associated exposure to wholesale market risk before signing on the dotted line.
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Solar  -  March 9, 2017

SEIA: Corporates behind 10% of new solar in 2016

Solar had its biggest year ever in 2016, with large corporate customers accounting for a record amount of total U.S. capacity additions, according to new data from the industry released March 7.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 8, 2017 - By Eric Alam

Making physical renewable power accessible to all

In this column, presented by Renewable Power Direct, CEO Eric Alam argues that energy producers, buyers and sellers have failed to make clean energy procurement accessible to most commercial and industrial electric customers, and offers a solution.
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Regulation  -  March 7, 2017

New York ski resorts commit to 100% clean energy

Three New York ski resorts have pledged to operate entirely on renewable energy by 2030 under an initiative intended to support the state's clean energy standard.
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Finance  -  March 6, 2017 - By David Fuller

8 essential considerations for a successful VPPA

As corporations accelerate their use of offsite virtual power purchase agreements for clean energy, this column, presented by EDF Renewable Energy, details the eight most important considerations for buyers when evaluating such an agreement.
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Solar  -  March 6, 2017

Target continues solar spree with 5 rooftop projects

Continuing to increase the amount of solar capacity used to power its operations, Target Corp. has announced plans to install rooftop solar projects on five of its Colorado stores.
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Wind  -  March 6, 2017

EIA says wind reached 5.5% of US grid in 2016

Iowa, South Dakota, Kansas, Oklahoma and North Dakota all sourced more than 20% of their electricity generation from wind power during 2016, according to new data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 2, 2017

Clif Bar & Co. recognized for greening supply chain

Organic food and drink company Clif Bar & Co. has been recognized by the U.S. EPA for its leadership in managing and reducing greenhouse gas emissions internally and through its supply chain.
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Solar  -  March 2, 2017

Amazon plans to install 41 MW of rooftop solar

Amazon on March 2 announced plans for a large-scale rooftop solar rollout at its fulfillment facilities worldwide that will kick off with 41 MW of power at 15 U.S. locations.
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Industrial  -  March 1, 2017

Onsite solar to save Florida steel company up to $80k

A recently installed onsite solar project at one of Tampa Tank Inc.-Florida Structural Steel's three Tampa, Fla., manufacturing facilities is expected save the global steel fabrication company between $75,000 and $80,000 in energy costs.
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