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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 21, 2021

BMW to Source Steel Made with Green Power

The BMW Group announced Oct. 20 an agreement to source steel made using hydrogen and green power to reduce the emissions associated with its supply chain.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 20, 2021

Budweiser to Power Welsh Brewery with Hydrogen

The UK branch of Budweiser Brewing Group announced Oct. 19 that it will be sourcing zero-emission green hydrogen to power its brewery in South Wales, one of the largest breweries in the UK.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 20, 2021

New Supply Chain Structure Will Provide CA Ports with Clean Maritime Energy

Two major California ports will soon be receiving low-carbon maritime fuels through a new clean fuel supply chain solution.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 19, 2021

DOE Funds Nuclear-Powered Hydrogen Production

The Department of Energy began finalizing an agreement Oct. 19 for the development of a zero-carbon hydrogen production demonstration project at a nuclear power station in Ohio.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 18, 2021

PGE to Triple RE Portfolio by 2030

Portland General Electric announced Oct. 15 its plan to nearly triple the amount of clean energy in its portfolio by 2030.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 18, 2021

Toyota to Invest $3.4 Billion in US Automotive Battery Production

Toyota announced Oct. 18 its plans to invest approximately $3.4 billion for developing and localizing automotive battery production in the U.S. through 2030.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 15, 2021

Rio Tinto Explores Biomass-Powered Steelmaking Process

Rio Tinto announced Oct. 13 a new technology used in its steelmaking processes using sustainable biomass in place of coking coal to lower the emissions associated with production.
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Solar  -  October 15, 2021

California Community to Feature EV Charging and Solar at All New Homes

The New Home Company announced Oct. 14 that all the homes constructed in its new community in Granite Bay, Calif., will feature solar systems, battery storage and at-home electric vehicle chargers.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 13, 2021

The ABCs of Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs)

Corporate energy users use PPAs to reduce fossil fuel reliance, curb emissions, procure RECs, meet mandates, and signal action against climate change. However, not all PPAs are equal. Contract provisions – and outcomes – vary. To help inform and accelerate corporate emissions reductions, this Shell Energy white paper explains similarities, differences, and challenges between the leading types of PPAs. 
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Sourcing Renewables  -  October 13, 2021

San Fransisco Taco Bells Install EV Charging Stations

Taco Bell restaurant locations in South San Francisco will soon be receiving DC fast electric vehicle chargers through a new infrastructure development project.
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