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The Fuel Fox | February 01, 2020
According to new figures, the world’s largest technology companies have fuelled a track rise in renewables marketed directly to international corporations the year before. Due to a growing thirst for sustainable power, clean energy from renewables developers purchased by industries has increased three times in the two previous years. The most important renewable energy buyers to fuel their data hubs were software powerhouses, like Google, Facebook, Amazon, as well as Microsoft. BloombergNEF has ...
Ameren | February 17, 2022
Ameren Missouri, a subsidiary of Ameren Corporation, announced an agreement with Invenergy, a leading developer, owner and operator of sustainable energy solutions, to acquire a 150-megawatt solar facility project being developed in southeastern Illinois. The deal is subject to closing conditions, including regulatory approvals.
We're entering the next phase of our clean energy transition while continuing to serve our customers with reliable, affordable e...
Starbucks | January 22, 2020
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...
RWE Renewables | February 28, 2022
RWE Renewables, one of the globally leading companies in offshore wind announced its success in the New York Bight offshore lease auction in the U.S. Through the joint venture 'Bight Wind LLC', RWE secured area OCS-A 0539 with a winning bid of $1.1 billion. The awarded seabed has the potential to host 3 gigawatts (MW) of capacity, enough to power 1.1 million U.S. homes. The project is expected to be in operation toward the end of the decade.
The auction consisted of six le...
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