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Wells Fargo Pledges $200 Billion Towards Clean Energy

Release Date: 
04/26/2018

Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC), a diversified, community-based financial services company, announced last week that it has committed $200 billion to sustainable business, with 50 percent focused on clean technology and renewable energy transactions. The institution made this commitment at a keynote delivered by CEO Tim Sloan at the CECP CEO Force for Good Investor Forum in San Francisco.

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Florida Power and Light completes largest solar-plus-storage project in United States

Release Date: 
03/14/2018

Florida Power and Light (FPL) recently incorporated a 10-megawatt (MW), 40-megawatt-hour (MWh) battery-storage project into its Babcock Ranch Solar Energy Center, a 74.5 MW solar power plant in Charlotte County, Florida.

The project is the largest solar-plus-storage system built in the United States to date.

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Babcock Ranch aims to be America's greenest city — and an inspiration

Release Date: 
03/09/2018

Kitson partnered with local electricity provider Florida Power and Light to build the 440-acre field of solar panels, which was finished last year before the first residents moved in. The panels power the town and provide power to surrounding communities, Kitson says. An aerial view of a solar field in the ...

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Grants Roundup: Wells Fargo Offers $50 Million for Native American Groups

Release Date: 
12/06/2017

Wells Fargo & Company will award $50 million in grants over five years to American Indian and Alaska Native organizations that are working on economic, social, and environmental needs that affect native communities. Beginning in 2018, community-based, local nonprofits can apply for grants through the program’s three primary areas of interest: renewable energy and clean water; leadership training and career development; and programs to advance homeownership, low-cost housing, small-business development, and postsecondary education programs and scholarships.

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