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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 16, 2020

Sprint to power all VA operations with renewables

Sprint announced Jan. 16 that all of its 800 Virginia locations will now be running on renewable energy, including its retail locations, cell phone towers and corporate offices, which account for more than 88,000 MWh of electricity per year.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 15, 2020

PepsiCo plans for 100% renewable energy in 2020

PepsiCo announced Jan. 15 its plan to achieve 100% renewable energy for its U.S. direct operations in 2020 by targeting a portfolio of PPAs, VPPAs, RECs and onsite solar.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 6, 2020

Insights from SED’s 2019 Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum

As we look forward to the next Smart Energy Decisions event, the 2020 Innovation Summit in Houston, March 9-11, let’s look back at one of our signature events from 2019, the 4th Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, which brought together large electric power users from commercial, industrial, institutional and government sectors, along with suppliers and utilities, all united in the goal to accelerate the adoption of renewable energy.
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Wind  -  December 24, 2019

Danone North America inks PPA for 20.6 MW of wind

Danone, a Paris-based food and beverage company, entered into a 12-year agreement that will provide them with 20.6 MW of renewable energy and progress them toward their goal of sourcing 100% renewable electricity by 2030.
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Industrial  -  December 23, 2019

Shiloh Industries joins program to power Michigan facilities with RE

Shiloh Industries will begin to power three of its Michigan facilities with 100% renewable energy following a commitment made to a Michigan clean power program.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  December 21, 2019

Weekend reads: Hawaii's LED Christmas tree; the smartest path to 100% RE

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.
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December 13, 2019 - By Caitlin Marquis, AEE

2019: A Banner Year for Corporate Renewable Energy

Corporate renewable energy procurement is no longer a new trend. Commercial and industrial customers have become an important slice of the overall market driving renewable energy development. In this column, Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) provides a look back at key trends from the past year and a look ahead at what 2020 might hold.
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Solar  -  December 13, 2019

Hormel Foods to power Calif. plant with on-site solar

Hormel Foods Corporation celebrated Dec. 11 the completion of an on-site solar project that will provide up to 15% of the electricity needs of the Hormel Foods Swiss American Sausage Company facility in Lathrop, Calif.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  December 12, 2019

Baker Hughes to power Texas operations with 100% RE

Baker Hughes finalized an agreement Dec. 11 that will eliminate 12% of their global carbon footprint through the purchase of 100% of the electricity needed for its Texas operations from renewable energy projects in the state.
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December 9, 2019

Nucor plans first wind-powered steel plant

Nucor will become the first steel company with a manufacturing plant powered by wind energy with the installation of a $250 million "micro" mill in Sedalia, Mo.
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