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Aspen Skiing Company Unveils Results from Waste-Methane-to-Energy Project

By converting waste methane into energy, Aspen Skiing Company’s clean energy production facility in a former coal mine in Somerset, Colorado, is generating between $100,000 and $150,000 in revenue per month from electricity and carbon credit sales, and after nearly ten years, ASC has only about $750,000 remaining to pay off its initial investment of $5.34 million, the company announced

Solar Array Powers Bridgestone Manufacturing Facility on Drive toward Net-Zero

Bridgestone Americas’ manufacturing facility in Graniteville, South Carolina, is now being powered in part by a ground solar array. The eight acres of solar panels provide two megawatts of energy to the passenger/light truck tire plant, while reducing 1,400 metric tons of CO2 emissions annually, according to the company. The initiative is part of the company’s drive to be carbon

Utilities Must Manage Assets Differently in Face of Increasingly Violent Weather Events

It is difficult and costly to try and “engineer” a way out of increasingly extreme and damaging weather scenarios, Paul DeCotis, a senior director in the energies and utilities practice at West Monroe, told Environment + Energy Leader. For Texas utilities, generators, and ERCOT, for example, no amount of preparation could have prevented the level of disruption seen across the

Electricity Providers Head toward Digital Transformation to Meet Changing Demands

As businesses electrify and digitally transform their operations, demand for affordable, clean and uninterrupted power supplies is accelerating. In order to meet the demand, electricity providers will likely need to shift away from traditional asset management strategies and develop comprehensive digital strategies.

Orange Signs PPA with Engie to Develop Solar Projects in France

Telecommunications carrier Orange has signed a corporate power purchase agreement (PPA) with solar and wind power developer Engie in France to deliver a renewable energy supply solution in the country. This will involve creating new solar energy production capacities, supplying renewable energy to Orange for its own consumption and managing the production of all renewable electricity capacities.

Intel Joins Portland General Electric’s Green Future Impact Program, Spurs New Solar Facility

Intel has joined Portland General Electric’s Green Future Impact program. Intel’s purchase, the single largest in the Portland General Electric (PGE) program, is enabling PGE to purchase clean energy from a new, 138-megawatt solar facility that will be built in Wasco County, Oregon, as part of a partnership with Avangrid Renewables.

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