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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 9, 2020

December RE Sourcing Forum to expand Virtual Advantages

Smart Energy Decisions announces that the 6th Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum will shift into Virtual mode and take place December 7-11, 2020.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 9, 2020

Smart Energy Voices Podcast: Episode 4 - The Purpose Driven Organization

It’s not uncommon these days to hear talk of businesses, large and small, developing a purpose statement that has to do with its societal responsibility. Why is that and how should business leaders think about it? But a more important question is this: How does the issue of organizational purpose magnify and support what is happening in the renewable energy movement? To answer that question, Smart Energy Decisions founder, John Failla invited author and consumer expert Jeff Fromm to discuss the issue, along with David Smart, Sr. Vice President of Sales and Marketing at BioStar Renewables, a company that’s taking this issue of “purpose” very seriously with Jeff’s help.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 8, 2020

Chicago seeks supplier for $200M renewable energy contract

Mayor Lori Lightfoot of Chicago announced Sept. 2 that the city issued a $200 million Request for Proposals to procure renewable energy that will power city-owned buildings, streetlights and other facilities beginning in 2022.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 8, 2020

Tempur Sealy commits to 100% RE in operations

Tempur Sealy announced Sept. 8 their new commitments to sourcing 100% renewable electricity for their U.S. and European Tempur-Pedic and Sealy manufacturing operations this year and sourcing RECs from wind farms across the U.S.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 4, 2020

Catch up with Smart Energy Voices

Take some time to catch up with Smart Energy Voices, a new podcast series from Smart Energy Decisions featuring conversations with leaders of the energy transition. The first five episodes feature interviews with executives from General Motors, Novartis, and Goldman Sachs and topics including Diversity in the Energy Space, and Purpose Driven Organizations. New episodes are available every Friday.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 4, 2020

Renewables could make up more than half of installed capacity by 2030

An estimated $3.40 trillion will be invested in renewable energy during the next decade and 54.1% of installed capacity will be renewable, a new report predicts.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 3, 2020

New York MTA contracts 25 million gallons of RNG

New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Sept. 2 that they contracted an order of renewable natural gas to power 800 natural gas transit buses in the city.
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Solar  -  September 2, 2020

DaVita and Zimmer Biomet ink PPA with Texas solar farm

DaVita and Zimmer Biomet Holdings signed PPAs with a 331 MW solar project in Andrews County, Texas, that is expected to come online in the second quarter of 2021.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  September 2, 2020

Federal agency to migrate to 100% RE Iron Mountain data centers

Iron Mountain announced Sept. 1 that a large U.S. federal government civilian agency will be expanding their data footprint to 5 MW of the storage company's 100% renewable energy data centers in Virginia and Colorado.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  August 28, 2020

Is the Virtual Power Purchase Agreement the best path to achieving your sustainability goals?

Organizations working to design a renewable energy strategy and achieve corporate sustainability goals are faced with several options with varying degrees of effort, impact, and cost. In this white paper from Enel Green Power, you’ll learn more about the four paths to renewables and what the key considerations are for engaging in a virtual power purchase agreement.
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