Canada’s Advantage: A Vision for Renewable Electricity in Canada

November 4, 2016

In this document, the Canadian Council on Renewable Electricity outlines its vision for the future of renewable electricity in Canada. The successful Paris climate change negotiations in December 2015 marked a turning point: the world is committed to addressing climate change.

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THE BUSINESS OF STANDALONE GRID-SCALE ENERGY STORAGE

whitePaper | January 16, 2020

In 1800, Alessandro Volta invented the first battery, which came to be known as the voltaic pile. It was the first device to provide a steady supply of energy. Batteries have come a long way since then. In the 1970s, lithium-ion batteries were commercialized for the first time. Now they are a crucial component in revolutionizing and enabling continued renewable penetration on the US electrical grid.

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2021 Renewable Energy Market Analysis

whitePaper | December 3, 2021

Improving technologies, high demand, and policy support are driving rapid renewable energy development. With strong growth expected to continue, what are key considerations for pursuing renewables? NRG Trading Advisors' latest white paper explores North American market growth and offers in depth analysis for sustainability and VPPA planning projects.

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Towards 100% renewable energy : Utilities in transistion

whitePaper | January 13, 2020

The IRENA Coalition for Action is an international network with a vision for its members to work together to advance renewable energy in order to drive the global energy transformation in line with the Sustainable Development Goal on energy This white paper has been developed in a joint effort by Members of the Coalition Working Group Towards 100% Renewable Energy. Building on several case studies and first-hand interviews with utilities, the paper outlines a broad variety of experiences and lessonslearned from utilities undertaking the transition to 100% renewable energy.

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Facebook's U.S. Renewable Energy Impact Study

whitePaper | June 1, 2021

In 2011, Facebook was one of the first companies to commit to supporting its facilities with 100% renewable energy. Today, the company’s U.S. data center fleet is supported by 100% renewable energy, and Facebook is on track to maintain this commitment for future data center developments and expansions. Facebook’s ability to achieve this commitment is in large part due to its pioneering approach to renewable energy procurement, which to date has resulted in 55 new solar and wind projects adding 5,763 megawatts (MW) of clean electricity to the U.S. grid.

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An energy transformation plan for the climate emergency

whitePaper | January 30, 2020

This report presents one strand of the pathway to a genuinely sustainable future. It is not, as so many other reports have been, about “green growth projects”. Rather, the ambition is to propose a quite different way of life that will deliver a different kind of prosperity, one that prioritises wellbeing and builds resilience via a localised circular economy.

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Transferring knowledge from oil and gas and unlocking a new era of growth for renewable energy

whitePaper | November 27, 2019

The renewable energy landscape is changing. The global challenge of climate change, and the need for a secure supply of energy, means renewables are set to play an important part in the energy systems of the future. Renewable energy projects are also becoming increasingly affordable, which has led to an influx of new investment.

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