Citi has entered into a contract to purchase retail, renewable power from MP2 Energy for a multi-year term at its Roanoke, Texas, data center, the financial services provider announced on January 10. The contract will provide Green-e certified renewable energy for 50 percent of the data center’s power needs. The contract takes into consideration the …Continue Reading
St. John’s University of Collegeville, Minnesota, announced on January 10 that it had expanded its community solar garden.
Altenex, an Edison Energy division that offers renewable energy advisory and procurement services, announced the availability on January 10 of PowerBloks – what the company claims is “a first-of-its-kind renewable energy power purchase agreement (PPA) structure for commercial, industrial and institutional electricity users.”
Las Vegas-based Switch has become the first multi-tenant data center provider in the world to receive a perfect score in the six-year history of Greenpeace’s Clicking Clean report, the global environmental advocacy organization announced on January 9.
In 2015, commercial and industrial (C&I) buyers accounted for more than half of all signed wind energy power purchase agreements – even outpacing utilities. Those are among the top findings of a study released on January 10 by the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) and the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI)
Municipalities and schools in the member towns of the Windham Solid Waste Management District in Vermont – which is charged with recycling, trash management, and hazardous waste disposal – have become the first to be invited to take advantage of net metering credits associated with a solar array set to be built on the district’s closed and capped landfill, according to a January 1 report by the Brattleboro Reformer.
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst has begun building a 16.5 MW solar farm on a former Superfund site near the base, according pv magazine USA. The project will feature about 50,844 solar panels and produce 21,315 MWh of energy annually, while reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 15,000 metric tons. The base, which is commonly referred to as …Continue Reading
The convenience store chain, which has more than 330 outlets in upstate New York and southern Vermont, is using solar to save a lot of money.
The news is mostly good, but uncertainty on what’s ahead in Washington and at least one abandoned initiative are yellow flags.