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Wind  -  April 12, 2016

Google becomes 1st corporate offtaker of an Enel wind farm in North America

Google has signed a 200-MW bundled, long-term power purchase agreement for power and renewable energy credits from a 400-MW wind farm under construction in Kansas.
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Wind  -  April 8, 2016

Google Energy led growing number of nonutility wind buyers in 2015

Nonutility buyers, lead by Google, Amazon Web Services and Equinix, accounted for 52% of wind power contracted through power purchase agreements in 2015.
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Solar  -  March 24, 2016

C&I additions of PV solar outpaced by residential sector, EIA finds

Growth in commercial and industrial sector additions of distributed photovoltaic solar were overshadowed in 2015 by significant growth in the residential sector.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 22, 2016

Apple boasts 93% of facilities now powered with renewables

The tech company now operates 93% of its facilities worldwide with renewable energy.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  March 15, 2016

Iron Mountain inks wind power purchase agreement that 'ensures price stability'

Storage and information management company Iron Mountain announced that it signed a 15-year wind power purchase agreement.
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Wind  -  March 11, 2016

3M signs 120 MW wind deal with Invenergy

Technology and chemical company 3M last month signed a power purchase agreement to obtain 120 MW of wind power that will be used to power its North American operations.
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March 3, 2016

Advanced energy market is soaring, energy storage growing fast

The U.S. energy storage market grew 12 times larger in 2015 than the prior year, with total revenue reaching $734 million.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 24, 2016

Green Power Leadership Awards application period approaching

The Green Power Leadership Awards recognize leading organizations that have helped further the green power market.
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Wind  -  February 23, 2016

The wind is blowing toward corporate buyers big time, AWEA says

About 75% of the wind megawatts contracted through power purchase agreements in the fourth quarter of 2015 were through corporations, according to a new report.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  February 2, 2016

Google signs 225 MW wind PPA with Invenergy

Google signed a 225-MW power purchase agreement with renewable energy producer Invenergy Jan. 27 to help power Google's data centers.
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