GHG Emissions, Finance, Industrial, Sourcing Renewables, Wind - December 5, 2016
Webinar: How Procter & Gamble is using offsite renewables to achieve sustainability goals
As commercial and industrial companies increasingly commit to corporate sustainability goals, the executives responsible for energy and sustainability management at those companies are challenged to chart a path to success. One result of that challenge is that 2015 marked the first time corporate offtake agreements exceeded utility offtake agreements in the U.S. wind industry.
In this webinar, sponsored by EDF Renewables, Procter & Gamble global climate and energy leader Steve Skarda discusses why his company turned to an offsite wind project in support of their sustainability goals.
You'll learn about the project they engaged with and how it will deliver 96 MW of its output to P&G, and see how this one project will provide enough renewable electricity to offset 100% of the conventional electricity usage of P&G's Fabric & Home Care plants in the U.S. and Canada, where iconic brands such as Tide, Gain, Downy, Dawn, Cascade, Febreze and Mr. Clean are produced.
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