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First-time corporate renewable energy buyers breathing down Google’s neck

Google still dominates the corporate renewable energy buyers' market, but new entrants made major headway in 2015, according to the Rocky Mountain Institute's Business Renewables Center.According to the BRC, about 2.29 GW of 2015's year-end tally — or slightly more than two-thirds the tot Read More...

Corporate renewable energy purchases taking hold in Michigan

Michigan is in the news today because U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders' upset former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the presidential election primary in the state, but Michigan is also getting noticed for its moves to facilitate corporate renewable energy purchases.Smart Energy Decisions repo Read More...

Dow Chemical blows past 10-year clean power target in 1st year, increases goal

Having surpassed its goal of using 400 MW of renewable energy by 2025, The Dow Chemical Company has increased its goal and now expects to hit 750 MW. The company said May 17 that the ten-year sustainability goals set in 2015 called for 400 MW of clean power; that target was Read More...

Dow Chemical unit hits 100% renewable power at manufacturing sites

Dow Buildings Solutions, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Co., said May 19 that it has reached 100% renewable energy procurement for the North American manufacturing operations of a number of its products for 2016.The clean energy used to power the business unit's trademarked Read More...

Dow Chemical hits snag in energy intensity reduction, plunges forward in renewables

Dow Chemical Co. fell far short of its targeted reduction of energy intensity in 2015, but continues to plow forward with an aggressive renewable energy sourcing strategy, the company revealed in its new sustainability report. The multinational chemical corporation reported a 1.2% reductio Read More...

Bolstered by Google, Dow Chemical, nonutility buyers made up 19% of Q2 wind capacity contracts

U.S. wind industry activity approached record levels in the second quarter of 2016 as utilities and other purchasers locked in record-low wind costs, according to the American Wind Energy Association, which released its quarterly market report July 26.Highlighting the continued trend of corporations Read More...

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