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Starbucks | January 22, 2020

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Starbucks will work to become a "resource positive" company, CEO Kevin Johnson shared in a public letter Tuesday. Resource positive means storing more carbon than the company emits, eliminating waste and providing more clean freshwater than the company uses, according to the letter. Though Johnson laid out some initial targets for reduction in the letter, Starbucks will formalize 2030 goals in 2021 and suppliers and licensees, among other stakeholders, will need to get on board, the CEO wrote. S...

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WITH AIR QUALITY AT AN ALL-TIME HIGH, SOLAR ENERGY EFFICIENCY SKYROCKETS. BUT CAN IT LAST?

Allaboutcircuits | April 23, 2020

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The Sheffield Solar live PV generation tracker in England recently reported a record-setting 9.68 GW of solar power generation on April 20, meeting close to 30% of the country’s total demand for electricity. That’s the equivalent of about ten fossil fuel or nuclear power plants. Significantly, as the UK's Solar Trade Association notes, this has contributed to the nation’s ability to go for 11.5 days without using any coal to generate electricity. The Solar Trade Association...

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DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY ANNOUNCES NEW FUNDING FOR SOLAR AND GEOTHERMAL TECHNOLOGIES

Renewable Energy Magazine | February 06, 2020

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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $125.5 million in new funding to advance solar technology research. “Solar energy has grown tremendously in the last decade,” said U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette. “The research and development supported by this investment will build on the technological foundations necessary to continue the solar industry’s growth and preserve American energy choice, independence, and security.” In addition to the solar funding announcement, EERE ...

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BOSS OF NORWAY’S FUND GIANT TO STEER US$10.7BN GREEN ENERGY SPLURGE FROM LONDON

PV Tech | March 04, 2020

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The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund will tap its outgoing boss to lead a new campaign to invest billions of dollars in green energy in the space of a few years. Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) is to use its trillion-plus-dollar pot of oil wealth money to inject 100 billion Norwegian crowns (US$10.7 billion) into unlisted renewable projects by 2022, CEO Yngve Slyngstad said at a press conference on Tuesday. Contacted by PV Tech today, a NBIM spokesperson confirmed recent reports th...

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STARBUCKS SETS COURSE FOR RESOURCE POSITIVE SUPPLY CHAIN

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Starbucks will work to become a "resource positive" company, CEO Kevin Johnson shared in a public letter Tuesday. Resource positive means storing more carbon than the company emits, eliminating waste and providing more clean freshwater than the company uses, according to the letter. Though Johnson laid out some initial targets for reduction in the letter, Starbucks will formalize 2030 goals in 2021 and suppliers and licensees, among other stakeholders, will need to get on board, the CEO wrote. S...

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WITH AIR QUALITY AT AN ALL-TIME HIGH, SOLAR ENERGY EFFICIENCY SKYROCKETS. BUT CAN IT LAST?

Allaboutcircuits | April 23, 2020

The Sheffield Solar live PV generation tracker in England recently reported a record-setting 9.68 GW of solar power generation on April 20, meeting close to 30% of the country’s total demand for electricity. That’s the equivalent of about ten fossil fuel or nuclear power plants. Significantly, as the UK's Solar Trade Association notes, this has contributed to the nation’s ability to go for 11.5 days without using any coal to generate electricity. The Solar Trade Association...

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Renewable Energy Magazine | February 06, 2020

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has announced up to $125.5 million in new funding to advance solar technology research. “Solar energy has grown tremendously in the last decade,” said U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette. “The research and development supported by this investment will build on the technological foundations necessary to continue the solar industry’s growth and preserve American energy choice, independence, and security.” In addition to the solar funding announcement, EERE ...

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BOSS OF NORWAY’S FUND GIANT TO STEER US$10.7BN GREEN ENERGY SPLURGE FROM LONDON

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The world’s largest sovereign wealth fund will tap its outgoing boss to lead a new campaign to invest billions of dollars in green energy in the space of a few years. Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) is to use its trillion-plus-dollar pot of oil wealth money to inject 100 billion Norwegian crowns (US$10.7 billion) into unlisted renewable projects by 2022, CEO Yngve Slyngstad said at a press conference on Tuesday. Contacted by PV Tech today, a NBIM spokesperson confirmed recent reports th...

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