Energy

Greetings From Hawaii, Where Utility Profit Depends on Performance — Episode 130 of Local Energy Rules
For this episode of the Local Energy Rules podcast, host John Farrell and guest Isaac Moriwake discu [...]
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Google to Use Carbon-Free Energy for Virginia Data Centers
Google's Virginia-based data centers will use 24/7 carbon-free energy under a 10-year supply contra [...]
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New monitoring technologies can make you a smarter energy consumer
Going solar is a great first step to take control of your energy use. Advancements in electricity mo [...]
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Advanced Microgrid on Connecticut Campus Ensures Resilience, Energy Savings
A religious organization in New Britain, Connecticut, will install an advanced microgrid which will [...]
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University at Albany’s New 1.8 Megawatt Solar System Supports ‘Energy Master Plan’
The University at Albany in New York has begun construction on a solar project that will supply abou [...]
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Wells Fargo to Offset 50% of Its Energy Usage in North Carolina via Solar
Wells Fargo says it will purchase more than 58 megawatts of solar capacity from a planned solar proj [...]
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GreenStruxure and TruEnergy Partner to Provide Energy-as-a-Service to C&I Energy Customers
GreenStruxure and energy advisor TruEnergy are teaming up to help US building owners and operators f [...]
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Greenpenny Puts Community Banking to Work for Clean Energy — Episode 123 of Local Energy Rules
For this episode of the Local Energy Rules podcast, host John Farrell speaks with Greenpenny’s Jas [...]
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Which Regions and States are Spearheading Local Clean Energy Policy in 2021?
Using the results of the 2021 Community Power Scorecard, these infographics illustrate how states co [...]
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Renewable Energy Credit Pricing to Fall in New England with Push from Offshore Wind
While renewable energy credit (REC) pricing is currently strong across several New England states, d [...]
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Expanding Access to Energy Efficient Appliances — Episode 122 of Local Energy Rules
For this episode of the Local Energy Rules podcast, host John Farrell and guest Marti Frank discuss [...]
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Department of Energy Announces New Senior Leadership
The US Department of Energy announced the new Biden-Harris Administration senior leadership appointe [...]
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Renewable Energy Sources Dominate New Electrical Generating Capacity in US in 2020
Renewable energy sources dominated new US electrical generating capacity additions in the first 11 m [...]
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Stored Energy from a Nissan Leaf Powers Historic Denver Building
The 40,000 square foot Alliance Center in Denver is installing a bidirectional electric vehicle char [...]
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BASF Signs Power Purchase Agreement for Texas Solar Energy
BASF has signed a PPA with EDF Renewables North America today. The post BASF Signs Power Purchase A [...]
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$2.2 Million Grant Will Be Used to Develop Distributed Energy Resource Management System in NY
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) has received a $2.2 million award to develop a distribu [...]
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Old Chicago Main Post Office Gets Energy Efficient Update with Historically Accurate Windows
The historic Old Chicago Main Post Office building, which occupies an entire city block in downtown [...]
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Smithfield Foods and Dominion Energy Complete Hog Waste Renewable Natural Gas Project
Dominion Energy and Smithfield Foods, Inc., recently announced recently announced the completion of [...]
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A Solar Settlement for the Good of the Grid — Episode 118 of Local Energy Rules
For this episode of the Local Energy Rules podcast, host John Farrell and Vote Solar’s Thad Culley [...]
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Georgia-Pacific’s Mississippi Mill Becomes First US Pulp Mill to Earn EPA’s Energy Star Certification
Georgia-Pacific's Leaf River cellulose mill in New Augusta, Mississippi, is the first US pulp mill [...]
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Voices of 100%: Louisville’s Clean Energy Pledge Takes On Multiple Crises — Episode 117 of Local Energy Rules
For this Voices of 100% episode of the Local Energy Rules Podcast, host John Farrell talks with Bran [...]
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The Post-Election Potential for a 30 Million Solar Home Stimulus — Episode 116 of Local Energy Rules
For this post-Election Day episode of the Local Energy Rules Podcast, John Farrell and Katie Kienbau [...]
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New Report Shows ‘Explosive Growth’ of Renewable Energy Technologies Across the US
In 2019, the US produced 30 times more solar power and more than triple the amount of wind energy th [...]
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Berkeley Puts Equitable Climate Action on the Ballot — Episode 115 of Local Energy Rules
In this episode of the Local Energy Rules Podcast, host John Farrell and guest Ben Paulos discuss ho [...]
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