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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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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 12, 2019

North American cement company signs 100% renewables deal

A leading supplier and producer of cement and concrete in the United States, Mexico, and Canada signed a long-term agreement that will provide solar and wind power to its Odessa, Tex., cement plant, which will cover 100% of the electricity used in its operations.
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September 11, 2019

Solar - two ways - at Wawa in NJ

Wawa announced it will complete solar installations at 93 of its convenience stores by the end of 2020. While a majority of the installations will be owned and operated by SolareAmerica, a small number will be owned by Wawa.
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September 10, 2019

Bloomberg & aggregation partners win award

The Corporate Renewable Energy Aggregation Group, including Bloomberg, Cox Enterprises, Gap Inc., Salesforce, and Workday, has been recognized with a Green Power Leadership Award for Market Development.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 9, 2019

SED goes Beyond the Meter with new podcast

Continuing its mission to serve the unique information needs of large electric power users, Smart Energy Decisions enters the podcast world with Beyond the Meter. The podcast is designed to elevate the conversation on critical issues impacting the adoption of renewable energy sourcing by large electric power users including commercial, industrial, higher education, and municipal organizations.
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September 7, 2019

Weekend reads: Candidates for (climate) change; World's largest energy sources

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web:
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September 6, 2019 - By Brian Janous, Microsoft

Building world-class sustainable datacenters and investing in solar power in Arizona

Microsoft has chosen Arizona as the location for the development of new world-class datacenter campuses to support the growing demand for cloud and internet services in Arizona and across the Western United States. In this column, Brian Janous of Microsoft explains how these campuses will be among the most sustainably designed and operated in the world – powered with 100% renewable energy.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 6, 2019

EPA honors Intel and Google

Intel and Google are among the U.S. Environmental Agency's (EPA) Green Power Leadership Award (GPLA) program winners, companies recognized for advancing the nation's voluntary green power market. Google received the award for Green Power Partner of the Year and Intel for Sustained Excellence in Green Power.
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Solar  -  September 6, 2019

Penn State sets up solar farm

Pennsylvania State University is working to advance energy sustainability priorities both at the University and in the state with a utility-scale solar project consisting of 150,000 solar panels across three locations in Franklin County, Penn.
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