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Increase Our Renewable Energy Requirement

Feb 24, 2015: Capital Gazette

Here in Annapolis, sea-level rise fueled by climate change is a big threat to our local economy. Fortunately, our state legislators can directly address climate change's rising costs — and in the process expand business opportunities that create high-paying Maryland jobs — by passing the Maryland Clean Energy Advancement Act this year

Corporate Demand for Renewables Could Double U.S. Wind and Solar Capacity by 2025, says Rocky Mountain Institute’s Business Renewables Center

Feb 02, 2015: PRWeb

Today, Rocky Mountain Institute announced the launch of the Business Renewables Center (BRC), a collaborative platform aimed at accelerating corporate renewable energy procurement. The BRC’s goal is to add another 60 GW of wind and solar by 2025, which will nearly double installed U.S. capacity.

Johnson students selected for OneEnergy Scholars program

Jan 27, 2015: Johnson School News

OneEnergy, a developer of large-scale clean energy projects, this year selected two Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management students to participate in the OneEnergy Scholars program. Brian Liberatore and Mei wa Poon (both MBA 2016 and SGE immersion students) are among six scholars from MBA programs across the country invited to participate in the program.

National Aquarium, Constellation Ink 25-year Solar Energy Deal

Oct 23, 2014: Baltimore Business Journal

Nearly half the power at the National Aquarium in Baltimore will soon come from a solar grid on the Eastern Shore. The aquarium has signed a 25-year electricity supply agreement with Constellation Energy Group to buy a portion of its electricity from a new solar power plant in Cambridge.

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OneEnergy Renewables Names 2015 Energy Scholars

Jan 29, 2015
Rising renewable energy leaders selected for hands-on training and mentorship program

OneEnergy Renewables, a leading developer of large-scale clean energy projects, today announced its 2015 OneEnergy Scholars® class in partnership with Net Impact, the leading nonprofit that empowers a new generation to work within and beyond business for a sustainable future. The OneEnergy Scholars® program accelerates the careers of high potential individuals who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and vision in the field of renewable energy.

OneEnergy Renewables Taps Solar Industry Veterans to Accelerate Growth

Jan 20, 2015
Company expands with VP of Sales and Marketing, Project Director and Project Managers

OneEnergy Renewables, a leading developer of distributed, utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects, today announced it has expanded its sales and marketing and project development teams to support the company’s fast-growing project pipeline. New hires will help spur adoption of OneEnergy’s Purpose-Built Solar™ offering, which connects large electricity users with custom-built, off-site solar projects.

OneEnergy Renewables Develops 4.3 MW Solar Energy System with Constellation for National Aquarium

Oct 23, 2014
OneEnergy’s Purpose-Built Solar™ program enables innovative electricity supply agreement that supports renewable energy

BALTIMORE & SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OneEnergy Renewables, a leading developer of distributed, utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects, and Constellation announce the development of a 4.3 MW solar electric project located on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The off-site system, which is part of an innovative electricity supply agreement between Constellation and the National Aquarium, will provide power for approximately 40 percent of the Aquarium’s electricity requirements for the next 25 years.

OneEnergy Renewables Secures $5M in Series B Funding

Oct 14, 2014
Company draws support from new and existing investors to expand reach from coast to coast

OneEnergy Renewables, a leading developer of distributed, utility-scale solar photovoltaic (PV) projects, today announced it has closed a $5M Series B financing round. New investor Ecosystem Integrity Fund (EIF) led the round, with additional support from existing investors, including members of the Seattle-based cleantech angel group, Element 8.

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