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CA Regulators Give $780M Thumbs Up to Clean Transportation

CA Regulators Give $780M Thumbs Up to Clean Transportation

California regulators today adopted plans by the state’s three major utilities to accelerate the electrification of light, medium and heavy duty transportation. The California Public Utilities Commission approved $780 million to fund these plans aimed at cleaning up the transportation sector, the state’s biggest source of air pollution. The revised … Read more »

T. Rowe Price’s CSR Report Shows Emissions and Waste Reductions

T. Rowe Price’s CSR Report Shows Emissions and Waste Reductions

T. Rowe Price has published its 2016 – 2017 corporate social responsibility report. The Baltimore-based global investment management organization demonstrated reductions in greenhouse gas emissions per associate over a six-year period. Between 2010 and 2016, the firm’s total GHG emissions went down 4% and were reduced by 31% per associate, … Read more »

So the Grid Is Safe, but Will Your Company’s Onsite Solar Be Shorted by the Eclipse?

So the Grid Is Safe, but Will Your Company’s Onsite Solar Be Shorted by the Eclipse?

The last total solar eclipse to pass over parts of the US was in 1979. Businesses have become much more reliant on solar power since then and the eclipse on August 21 could affect the 45 gigawatts of solar capacity installed throughout the country. During the eclipse, it is expected … Read more »

CalCom Solar, Wexus Partner to Bring Water Savings to Ag Industry

CalCom Solar has partnered with Wexus Technologies to deploy technologies that will save energy and water in the farming industry. The California Energy Commission recently awarded Wexus a $4 million grant to commercialize a cloud-based, mobile platform for the agricultural industry. The platform is designed to make the industrial and … Read more »

Net-Zero-Energy House Demonstrates Efficiency

A net-zero-energy house built by researchers in Maryland has produced more energy than it used last year and also demonstrated approximately 60 percent more energy efficiency than a similar house built to 2012 International Energy Conservation Code requirements, according to Builder. The house was studied for a year by researchers at … Read more »

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