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  • University at Albany’s New 1.8 Megawatt Solar System Supports ‘Energy Master Plan’

    The University at Albany in New York has begun construction on a solar project that will supply about 60% of the electricity used by its new $180 million ETEC building, expected to open this summer. The university will purchase all the electricity and renewable energy credits (RECs) produced through the 1.8 megawatt system. The post University at A...

    April 12, 2021 2:42 PM EDT
  • Veolia, Suez Strike Merger Deal

    Veolia and Suez have reached an agreement in principle on the key terms and conditions of a merger worth nearly 13 billion euros. The post Veolia, Suez Strike Merger Deal appeared first on Environment + Energy Leader.

    April 12, 2021 12:36 PM EDT
  • How General Motors Reduces Water Use: Tactics from Global Energy Manager Al Hindreth

    General Motors recently announced plans to reduce the water intensity of its operations by 35% by 2035. While the company is not “overtly water intensive,” GM says it is constantly finding ways to drive resource efficiency and implement new solutions. Environment + Energy Leader caught up with Al Hindreth, General Motors’ global energy manager, to ...

    April 12, 2021 12:33 PM EDT
  • Apparel Industry Must Adapt Sourcing Practices or Face Credit Risk: Moody’s

    The apparel industry, like most industries today, faces increasing environmental and social scrutiny. Apparel companies will have to adapt to sustainability, invest in decarbonization, and increase sourcing transparency to face the challenges caused by this increased attention, according to a new report from Moody’s Investors Services. Those that f...

    April 9, 2021 4:48 PM EDT

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