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OPG, Microsoft to work toward net-zero future for Ontario
Ontario Power Generation and Microsoft Canada have formed a partnership aimed at combatting climate change and driving sustainable growth across the province of Ontario, the Canadian utility announced this week.
Under the partnership, Microsoft will procure clean energy credits (CECs) sourced from OPG’s nuclear and hydro assets in Ontario on an hourly basis. (OPG’s nuclear assets include the four-unit Darlington plant and six-unit Pickering facility.) According to the announcement, this will enable Microsoft to advance toward its 100/100/0 by 2030 goal, which commits the software firm to powering its data centers globally with zero-carbon energy, 24/7.
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Robert F. Penn, Jr.
Ernest J. Moniz
Mr. Bradley J. AdamsMr. Jeffrey L. Bradfute, PE, MBADr. William E. BurchillDr. Alex R. Burkart, PEDr. Mark B. ChadwickProf. Igor JovanovicDr. Stuart A. Maloy PhD, PEDr. Robert P. Martin, PEDr. Kathryn Ann McCarthyDr. Todd S. PalmerDr. Jean C. RagusaDr. Monica C RegalbutoDr. Xiaodong Sun
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Sacit M. Cetiner
Nicholas R. BrownPaul K. Romano
Michael W. McCrackenJoshua L. Vajda
Steven A. ArndtHarsh S. Desai
Northeastern Section (Best Recruiting Program)Savannah River Section (Best Meetings and Programs)Idaho Section (Best Public Information and Education)Idaho Section (Best Local Section Management)Idaho Section (Best Overall Meritorious Local Section)
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Ronald L. BoringRizwan Uddin
Dylan Hoagland & Raffi A. YessayanYan-Ru Lin
Robin William Grimes
USS Enterprise (CVN-65), Aircraft Carrier
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Mohamed S. El-Genk
Lawrence H. Heilbronn
John C. Browne
Kristine L. Svinicki
Tennessee-85 students and the Secretary of Energy
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Stanley H. Levinson
Francesco D'AuriaChul-Hwa Song
Omar HurricaneRyosuke Kodama
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Kenneth L. Peddicord
Steven P. Hamilton
Harsh S. Desai
Jose N. Reyes, Jr