Energy Efficiency, Sourcing Renewables, Wind - July 10, 2020
Corporate Clean Energy Procurement: State of the Market
Why and how are companies making the transition to clean energy? The “why” is increasingly clear. ESG commitments, paired with the compelling financial returns of renewable energy purchases, are driving procurement decisions in new ways. Buyers increasingly seek renewables as cost-competitive sources of new power generation that offer a hedge against price volatility seen in traditional energy options.
But for many power buyers, the “how” remains elusive. This white paper from Apex Clean Energy offers a look at solutions to fit diverse needs and priorities and helps identify procurement strategies that new and experienced energy buyers alike can apply to help scale new projects and reach beyond their current energy solutions.
Download the report to explore perspectives and best practices on corporate clean energy procurement:
- Applied Materials inks PPA for 10% of wind farm, commits to 100% RE
- SED Profiles in Partnership: McDonald's Super-Sizes a Commitment to Sustainability
- Facebooks inks deal with Illinois wind farm
- AEP Energy inks 240 MW wind deal for Google and other Ohio customers
- Apple, eBay, Samsung, Sprint join on Texas wind project
Today's Leaders. Tomorrow's Heroes.
The George Washington University
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