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April 27, 2020

Town of Niagara moves forward with community solar project

The town board of Niagara, N.Y., unanimously voted April 14 to submit a non-binding letter of intent to Nexamp, Inc. for a community solar project that would supply the local utility and allow energy savings of almost 10% for residents and municipalities.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  April 24, 2020

General Mills targets 100% with biogas, wind

General Mills has joined RE100 and established a goal to source 100% renewable electricity by 2030, the company announced April 23.
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Wind  -  April 22, 2020

T-Mobile advances RE100 goal with 158 MW Illinois wind farm

T-Mobile announced April 21 a long-term contract for a 158 MW Illinois wind farm that began operation on March 1 and is expected to generate more than 504,100 MWh annually.
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Solar  -  April 21, 2020

GM invests in 500,000 MWh of solar for Michigan operations

General Motors announced April 20 a partnership with DTE Energy to source 500,000 MWh of solar energy into their electricity supply.
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Wind  -  April 17, 2020

ALDI signs PPA with 336 MW wind farm

ALDI Foods announced April 15 that they have signed a 10-year PPA for 6% of the output from a 336 MW wind farm.
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Wind  -  April 17, 2020

Spirit Aerosystems to power HQ and plant with wind power

Spirit Aerosystems announced April 16 that they have finalized a plan to power their entire 12.8 million-square-foot manufacturing site and headquarters in Wichita, Kan., with wind-generated electricity.
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Finance  -  April 16, 2020

BlackRock closes on $5.1 billion sustainability fund

BlackRock’s Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Fund closed April 15 on a $5.1 billion fund for Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Fund III to invest in sustainability projects.
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Wind  -  April 10, 2020

Wind turbine materials market expected to double by 2026

A new report from Frost & Sullivan suggests that the wind turbine materials market is likely to almost double at a compound annual growth rate of 8.9% due to the increasing demand for renewable energy amid volatile oil prices worldwide.
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Distributed Energy Resources  -  April 8, 2020

Groups urge Hawaiian regulators to lean on DERs to rebuild economy

Distributed energy resource groups in Hawaii sent a letter to the state's Public Utilities Commission on April 3 urging regulators to speed up interconnection processes in an attempt to rebuild the Hawaiian economy following the COVID-19 crisis
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Sourcing Renewables  -  April 7, 2020

Renewables' share of market stays strong despite falling gas prices

Renewable energy is expected to account for nearly 21% of the electricity in the United States this year, the highest percentage ever, despite falling oil and gas prices as the COVID-19 crisis upends the world economy.
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