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industry-news iconHow One Texas Town is Upsetting the Fossil Fuel Apple Cart
by Amy Haddon on 03/27/2015

Last week, Georgetown, Texas, population 54,000 and an hour north of Austin, announced that it has entered into a power purchase agreement (PPA) with solar giant SunEdison for a total of nearly 150 MW... [more]

industry-news iconClimate Leadership Conference Highlights Successes
by Mike Mahler on 03/16/2015

At the end of February, I was able to attend the Climate Leadership Conference, a collaborative effort of The Climate Registry, Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO), Center for Climate and... [more]

industry-news iconFalling Prices and Tax Incentives Driving Explosive Renewable Growth
by Amy Haddon on 02/23/2015

Within the past two weeks we’ve seen power purchase agreement (PPA) announcements from Google, Apple, Kaiser Permanente, and GM, that, when combined with an earlier announcement from Amazon Web... [more]

industry-news iconThe Unstoppable Force of Renewables
by Amy Haddon on 02/13/2015

At the 11th hour in 2014, a lame duck Congress pulled a lame duck move, extending the Production Tax Credit (PTC) by a mere two weeks.  The PTC grants tax relief to wind projects and can often... [more]

industry-news iconWRI’s New Guidance on Scope 2 Emissions: What Does it Mean?
by Amy Haddon on 01/30/2015

Last week, WRI released its anticipated guidance on Scope 2 emissions.  The new guidance provides greater clarity on emissions produced via purchased energy (in the form of electricity, steam,... [more]

sustainable-business iconSustainability is in the DNA at Jackson Family Wines
by Amy Haddon on 01/27/2015

We’re delighted to share a new case study with you featuring our client Jackson Family Wines (JFW). The private, family-owned company operates under three core values that have formed the... [more]

industry-news iconEnergy Storage & Recycling: The New Frontiers of Energy Efficiency
by Amy Haddon on 01/14/2015

Over the past decade, renewable technology has rapidly advanced, resulting in cheaper panels and turbines that also work more efficiently. These advances have led, in part, to the dramatic... [more]

sustainable-business iconCould 2015 Be the Tipping Point for U.S. Renewables?
by Amy Haddon on 01/08/2015

2014 was an extraordinary year for renewable growth and global climate change awareness. As the impacts of climate change—including record temperatures that have resulted in... [more]

 

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