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Netflix | February 08, 2020
Netflix effectively sources all of its electric power from renewable sources. Where no direct source of green power is available, the company purchases renewable energy certificates (RNEs) to make up the difference. In this way, green energy powered Netflix's entire internal power consumption of 94 gigawatt hours (GWh) in 2019. The report also addressed the 357 GWh that was required to drive Netflix's external computing and networking operations through partners suc as Alphabet's (NASDAQ:GOOG) (...
Utility Dive | February 14, 2020
The Virginia Clean Economy Act, narrowly passed by both chambers of the state legislature, sets one of the largest energy storage targets in the country at 2.4 GW by 2035 and pushes state regulators to devise a carbon dioxide cap and trade program that complies with the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). The act, which requires Virginia’s electric utilities and competitive suppliers to generate electricity from 100% renewable energy by 2050, passed on the same day that Dominion Energy, b...
Wallbox | September 08, 2021
Wallbox today unveiled Sirius, an innovative energy management solution designed to maximize use of renewable energy in commercial buildings.
Representing a big shift from the traditional one-direction flow of electricity from the grid to the building, Sirius is capable of managing various energy sources and will automatically choose the greenest or cheapest one available to meet the building's demand, as well as storing energy surpluses in EVs or battery walls plugged to the ...
Form Energy, Inc | January 30, 2023
Form Energy, Inc., an American technology company developing and selling a new class of economic, multi-day energy storage systems, recently announced that it had signed definitive agreements to install its iron-air battery systems at two of Xcel Energy's retiring coal plant sites. The storage technology will enable Xcel Energy to incorporate more low-cost, renewable energy into its structure while maintaining reliability as it retires coal plants and transitions to a more renewable fu...
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