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Enviva | December 17, 2021
Enviva Partners, LP, a global renewable energy company specializing in sustainable wood bioenergy, announced that it has entered into multi-year recruiting and career development pipeline agreements with four significant Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the U.S. Southeast, to identify, recruit, and hire new employees for its rapidly growing business.
Enviva, which operates ten modern biomass production plants and six port terminals from North Carolina to...
Prnewswire | August 27, 2020
Energy retailer, Kiwi Energy, announced its sponsorship of the 2020 Brooklyn Greenway Ride presented by Citi Bike to support the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative (BGI)'s mission to connect a stronger, healthier and greener Brooklyn. Along with other non-profit organizations, Kiwi Energy has supported BGI for several years through its Ecogold Environmental Fund. "The work done by Brooklyn Greenway Initiative is beneficial for both the environment and the community and is one of the many reas...
American Progress | April 15, 2020
Scientists and experts around the globe agree that to mitigate the worst consequences of climate change, the world must transition to a 100 percent clean future powered by clean energy sources as soon as possible. Now, with the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the nation leading to a historic health and economic crisis, the renewable energy industry at the heart of this transition is suffering from the same uncertainty and impending job losses as many other sectors. Since taking office, President...
Duke Energy | September 16, 2020
Duke University has become the first academic institution to execute a renewable power agreement under Duke Energy's Green Source Advantage (GSA) program – further expanding solar energy in North Carolina. Duke University will purchase about 101 megawatts (MW) of solar capacity from three solar facilities in North Carolina. The power generated will partially offset the university's energy usage. "The Green Source Advantage is an ideal fit for colleges and universities seeking ...
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