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How to Stay the Course Toward A Low Carbon Future: Three Effective Corporate Strategies

by Holly Emerson
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Despite contemporary obstacles on the road to climate action, companies, non-profits and cities recognize addressing climate change is important and are continuing their work to achieve climate success. Holly Emerson, Ingersoll Rand senior sustainability analyst, shares 3 strategies to help businesses achieve a low-carbon future. She recommends establishing a long-term climate commitment, empowering customers to reduce their carbon footprints and encouraging authentic employee engagement.

See the full article on The Green Tie.

Green Mountain Energy Rewind: Celebrating 20 Years

20 Years of Changing the Way Power is Made
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In honor of our 20th birthday, we’re taking a walk down memory lane. We’re amazed by how far we’ve come in 20 years thanks to our community of planet-loving customers. 

You’re invited to join our planet party: choose clean energy today. 

Save Money and Improve Your Energy Experience with Smart Meters

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What's the difference between a smart meter and a regular digital meter? With a smart meter, you have two-way communication with your energy provider. Smart meters allow you to see how much energy you use, when you use it, and its cost. You can use this information to monitor and reduce energy use to save money.

This is second in a series of videos explaining how the modernized smart grid will deliver benefits. 

Capturing Solar Energy

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At Republic Services’ Hickory Ridge Landfill near Atlanta, GA, solar panels were installed to generate clean electricity and provide a reuse of the landfill. This award-winning project, which sits on 48-acres and is one of the largest solar energy-generating facilities in the state of Georgia, converts sunlight into a clean, renewable energy resource for the local community, including landfill gas and solar electric power.

Grid Modernization: How a Smart Grid Offers Customers More Control, Reliability and Clean Energy

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The energy grid is the backbone of the new digital economy. That’s why Duke Energy is investing $25 billion to modernize it.

A smart grid offers many advancements: Smart meters give you control over how and when you use energy, and how much you spend; self-healing networks make power outages shorter and increasingly rare; and we can generate more energy from renewable sources, delivering cleaner energy to your neighborhood.

Tetra Tech Project Takes a Unique Approach to Electrifying Africa

Employing public-private partnerships to make a difference for millions of people across sub-Saharan Africa
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On July 13, 2017, Tetra Tech participated in the Society for International Development-Washington’s (SID-W) event, Power Africa and Successful Public-Private Partnerships for Africa’s Energy Future, discussing the U.S. government’s Power Africa Initiative, which is working to bring 30,000 megawatts (MW) of power and 60 million new electricity connections to the continent. During the keynote address, Ed Royce (R-CA), Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, noted the importance of electricity for the health, education, and employment of people living in Africa.

Tetra Tech Recognizes the Power of U.S. Wind Industry During American Wind Week

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PASADENA, Calif., August 11, 2017 /3BL Media/ -  Tetra Tech, Inc. (NASDAQ:  TTEK) is joining the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) in recognizing U.S. leadership in wind power during American Wind Week. As a leader in the wind energy market, Tetra Tech understands the significant contributions of American firms to U.S. economy through wind power projects—providing reliable energy production and supporting jobs across the United States.

Chattahoochee Riverkeeper Announces Cox Enterprises and The Ray C. Anderson Foundation as Presenting Sponsors of the Climate Change Conference

Previous River Guardian Award recipient to sponsor event
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ATLANTA, August 7, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Chattahoochee Riverkeeper announces the 2017 Climate Change Conference with presenting sponsors Cox Enterprises and The Ray C. Anderson Foundation. The conference is set to take place on September 27-28, hosted by the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center.

NRG Energy | Sustainable Business Solutions

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Our team makes sustainability a reality for organizations by developing customized energy solutions based on their needs. These solutions include demand response, renewables, thermal, commodity sales, energy efficiency and energy management services. Responding to the business goals of ROI- driven companies, our projects span multiple industries and range from 100 MW utility-scale renewable solutions to o -grid power solutions that employ small wind turbines and battery storage.

Colleen Vien, Your Turn NH: Leading the Way on Energy

by Colleen Vien
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States with robust economies, new jobs, and increased investment all have one thing in common: forward-thinking clean energy policies that help businesses plan for the future. Here in the Northeast, the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) is part of a legacy of clean energy leadership, which sets an annual cap for the region’s aggregate greenhouse gas emissions across nine states. The first cooperative effort of its kind, RGGI is a critical tool empowering businesses such as Timberland to invest in our future while also reducing costs.

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