Sourcing Renewables - February 11, 2021
Amazon, Google and Verizon topped the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance's (REBA) newly released list of 2020 leading large energy buyers.
Sourcing Renewables - February 8, 2021
Goldman Sachs announced on Feb. 5 that it will offer all of its U.S.-based employees access to 100% clean energy in their homes through a monthly subscription service.
Sourcing Renewables - February 2, 2021
Wells Fargo announced on Feb. 2 that it is installing approximately 30 MW of new, onsite solar generation at its corporate and retail locations in seven states.
Sourcing Renewables - February 1, 2021
Smart Energy Decisions present the Webinar Center - your go-to resource for presentations you need to help you make the best decisions for your energy efficiency and renewable energy strategies. Recent webinars include the "2021 State of Energy Management," "2020 Energy Industry Review and 2021 Forecast," "Opportunities for Energy Cost Savings & Independence with DERs," "No Capital Needed: A Guide to No-Cost Energy Products," and "Safety First! Disinfectant UV Lighting Solutions for Healthy Environments."
Sourcing Renewables - January 25, 2021
A coalition of American companies that represent the country's largest buyers of renewable energy, including Amazon, Facebook, Google, General Motors, Microsoft, Walmart and PepsiCo, to name a few, released Jan. 25 a joint statement calling for the federal government to prioritize policies that accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon power sector.
Sourcing Renewables - January 18, 2021
Our series of presentations from the 2020 VIrtual Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum continues with "The Evolution of McDonald's Sustainability Roadmap." Emma Cox, Global Renewable Energy Lead, explains how the company's motto, "Scale for Good," is being put into action as McDonald's explores how to achieve its own sustainability goals and how to bring others along with them.