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Sourcing Renewables  -  July 25, 2016

Target will power 60 stores with energy from Texas wind farm

Target Corp. is partnering with Starwood Energy Group on its first wind power deal.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  July 23, 2016

Weekend reads: 5 big energy stories you may have missed

In this edition, the rumored 'Apple Car' may have already been delayed and The New York Times suggests renewable energy may be hurting global action on climate change.
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Energy Procurement  -  July 19, 2016

Reno resort joins group of Nevada casinos looking to unbundle utility service

Las Vegas-based utility NV Energy Inc. may be on its way to losing another large power customer.
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Utilities  -  July 18, 2016

NextEra terminates bid for Hawaiian Electric after regulators reject $4.3B deal

Hawaii's aggressive renewable energy targets were front and center throughout the lengthy regulatory review process for NextEra's now-cancelled bid for Hawaiian Electric.
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July 16, 2016

Trump would be only world leader to deny climate science; Pokemon are taking over power plants

It's the weekend! Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  July 15, 2016

How Renewable Energy Certificates Make a Difference

In this two-page primer, the Center for Resource Solutions explains the benefits and impact of renewable energy credits, or RECs.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  July 15, 2016

Additionality and Renewable Energy Certificates

In this fact sheet, the Center for Resource Solutions addresses the value of renewable energy credits claims and the concept of additionality, a term often used by corporations in markets for tradable greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.
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Finance  -  July 15, 2016

USDA commits nearly $55M for renewable energy, efficiency projects at small businesses, farms

Big names like Apple, Google and Wal-Mart are often credited for accelerating corporate adoption of energy efficiency and renewable energy projects, but the Fortune 100s aren't the only ones in on the action.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  July 14, 2016

Clean Edge adds 4 newcomers to list of 37 corporate clean energy leaders

Advanced Micro Devices Inc., Hewlett-Packard Co., VF Corp. and Wells Fargo and Co. have been added to Clean Edge's corporate clean energy leaders list, while one company was removed.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  July 13, 2016

Switch goes after Nevada regulators, NV Energy for $30M, permission to exit service

Las Vegas-based data center company Switch, which was denied permission to leave its electric utility in 2015, has filed a lawsuit against that utility and its state regulators.
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