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Renewable Energy Buyers' Principles adds 6 new participants to growing list of large-scale names

The Corporate Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles — a U.S. initiative run by the World Wildlife Fund and World Resources Institute that aims to make large-scale renewable energy easier for companies to buy — added six more companies in December, bringing the total nu Read More...

Creating Renewable Energy Opportunities

This report  tracks the results of a series of meetings between utilities and corporate buyers in 2015 and reviews existing utility-offered renewable energy products to spark innovation and promote greater customer collaboration.A result of a collaborative effort between the Worl Read More...

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Corporate renewable energy procurement: A snapshot of key trends, strategies and practices

This report on corporate renewable energy procurement highlights key trends; strategies; implementation practices; and policy and state engagement priorities. Based on a survey of 37 Corporate Eco Forum members and Renewable Energy Buyers' Principles signatories, the report details how commercial an Read More...

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Report: Clean energy goals drive new buying strategies

...r solar, according to Bryn Baker, manager of WWF's renewable energy program and co-author of th...as lead to different methods of purchasing, which WWF primarily attributes to the shift to more dire...r own commitments." Another key finding that WWF attributes to the need for larger amounts of c Read More...

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Utility green tariffs on the rise, new report finds

In partial response to demand from large commercial and industrial energy users, the number of green tariff options provided by U.S. utilities increased significantly in 2016, a new report has found. The World Resources Institute report, "Emerging Green Tariffs in US Regulated Electricity Read More...

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Emerging green tariffs in regulated utility markets

This World Resources Institute report, done in partnership with the World Wildlife Fund, offers an updated list of emerging green tariff proposals and offerings for commercial and industrial customers in regulated markets in the United States. As more and more businesses set renewable ener Read More...

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Almost half of Fortune 500s have clean energy goals

... in the process, is a joint effort between Ceres, WWF, Calvert Research and Management and CDP....d it's what their customers want," Marty Spitzer, WWF's senior director of climate and renewable ene... certainty that comes with renewable energy.  Read More...

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Science-based climate goals on the rise, report finds

...hich was founded in 2015 by CDP, World Resources Institute, WWF and the U.N. Global Compact. A science-based target, according to the report's authors, "utilizes the best available climate science to define a company's appropriate share of the emission reductions required to limit glo Read More...
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Power Forward 3.0: How the largest companies are capturing business value & addressing climate change

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Emerging green tariffs in regulated markets

As more and more businesses set renewable energy targets, their need for additional clean power — and strategies and mechanisms for obtaining it — have created pressure on their utilities and power providers to explore new ways of helping their large business customers. Green tariff Read More...

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Public-private sector coalition takes on thermal energy

A large group of manufacturers including Mars Inc., Procter & Gamble Co. and General Motors Co., has joined government and environmental organizations in launching an effort to increase options for access to sustainable, cost-competitive renewable thermal energy. The Renewable Thermal Read More...

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