The push for 100 percent renewables: Tallying corporate progress

October 31, 2016 by  
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A new survey shows how companies are buying clean power, why utilities can still do more and which states are the hottest for corporate renewable energy investment.

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Do you really value the services nature provides?

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CH2M’s directive to fellow corporations: Don’t decimate the nature your company’s supply chain relies on.

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Want to learn about aggregated energy deals? A university lesson

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The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston Medical Center and Post Office Square Redevelopment Corp. plan the largest aggregated commercial and industrial renewable energy deal in the Eastern U.S.

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Why General Growth ranks among the top 10 solar buyers

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This mall operator owns more than 30.2 MW of capacity, and it’s installing more.

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Famed Futurist: "We Can Meet All Our Energy Needs from Solar in 20 Years"

February 21, 2011 by  
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Photo: borkur.net , Flickr, CC Ray Kurzweil is arguably the world’s most famous futurist. He laid out the law of accelerating returns, which states that technology improves at exponential rates, and made a string of dead-on predictions about computing in the 80s — that a computer would beat a man at chess by 1998, and that the world would link networks into some crazy globally connected system sometime in the mid-90s. Now, Kurzweil is talking solar.

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