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ClearTrace | November 12, 2021
ClearTrace, a leading energy-tracking and carbon accounting software company, announced a collaboration with EDF and JPMorgan Chase to ensure that 100% of the electricity consumed by JPMorgan Chase’s UK offices operations are matched in real-time with renewable energy. As part of the deal, EDF, Britain’s largest producer of zero-carbon electricity, will match JPMorgan Chase’s electricity consumption with renewable generation on a 24/7 basis, through source-specific access to ED...
Energy Live News | April 09, 2020
The United States Department of Energy (DOE) has announced a $4.5 million (£3.6m) fund towards the training of professionals such as firefighters, first responders and safety officials engaged with distributed energy resources. The Educational Materials for Professional Organizations Working on Efficiency and Renewable Energy Developments (EMPOWERED) funding programme will give these workers up-to-date information on emergency responses. Highlighting the need to prepare for a ‘rapidly’ changing ...
Fraugster | March 09, 2022
Fraugster, a payment intelligence company, has partnered with e-mobility innovator elvah to provide a comprehensive managed service risk solution. This collaboration allows elvah to access compliance, chargeback protection, risk management solutions and credit scoring through one AI platform and integration. Fraugster will support elvah to detect friendly fraud, identity theft, and abuse by enriching AI data for accurate, real-time decisions through a single integration to protect against fraud ...
S&P Global | March 23, 2020
Virginia lawmakers passed bills during the 2020 legislative session that unlock billions of dollars in potential clean energy investments and continue shifting off of fossil fuels, although proposals to challenge the power of the state's largest electric utility gained little traction. Bills that sought to open up the state to retail competition, curb contributions from Virginia's investor-owned utilities and put stricter regulations on utility earnings were either weakened or passed over. Domin...
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