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Non-utility customers accounted for 52 percent of last year’s total of over 4,000 MW of wind PPAs. Non-utility customers include some universities and city governments, but the vast majority are corporations.
First-time corporate buyers are entering the market in droves and now account for the majority of both deal announcements and contracted MW of wind and solar energy.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court issued a stay to halt the Clean Power Plan regulation. Here are ten policies, trends, and market forces that are having a larger substantive impact on the trajectory of CO₂ emissions in the U.S. than the Clean Power Plan will.
In the United States, school buildings are the third biggest energy user of all commercial building types, not only producing a lot of emissions but…
Earlier this week, aerospace, defense, and advanced technology company Lockheed Martin announced that it had concluded a deal to buy 30 MW of solar power from Duke Energy Renewables, a Business Renewables Center (BRC) sponsor and part of Duke Energy.