The Closed Loop Circular Plastics Fund has financed multiple projects that advance collection infrastructure, technologies, sorting, and re-manufacturing of polyethylene and polypropylene plastics.
The joint venture will take place in Georgia where a mega battery facility is already in the works.
The installation reduces the site’s consumption of water by over 9 million gallons per year, which is 50% less than 2019 levels.
Users can view emissions data displayed through multiple metrics to help with their sustainability strategies.
Enlighted Data Services will collect data 65 times per second from almost 2,000 sensors that measure movement, power, and temperature as a part the building’s digital transformation and major renovation.
Up to 50,000 tons of carbon dioxide yearly could be saved by replacing 1,000 existing diesel trucks with their electric counterparts.
Large-scale carbon sequestration sites, like the one planned in Pueblo, can reduce emissions and assist communities in transitioning to zero-emissions energy generation.
The new criteria will contribute to supply chain decarbonization and Scope 3 emission reductions and will allow suppliers as well as consumers to make informed decisions on the products they produce.
President Biden’s Investing in America agenda is pushing to boost U.S. competitiveness, rebuild infrastructure, strengthen supply chains, and implement clean energy.
The funding will be used for the decarbonization of gas networks and the distribution and production of clean hydrogen.