Industrial, Solar, Sourcing Renewables, Wind - June 12, 2017
Case study: GM's road to 100% renewable energy
This case study, presented by Edison Energy, powered by Altenex, dives into the approach General Motors Co. is taking to reach its ambitious goal of running its global operations on 100% renewable energy by 2050.
With an annual global energy consumption of 9 terawatt hours, or 9 billion kWh, GM's energy portfolio is immense. The auto manufacturer operates 350 plants, warehouses, technical centers and offices in 59 countries around the world and is seeking the right mix of energy to power each site. How does a heavy manufacturing company commit to running on 100 percent renewable energy? Download this four-page case study for the answer.
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