Case Study: Home Depot - Financing a Renewable and Alternative Energy Commitment
Categories: Energy Efficiency, Commercial, Sourcing Renewables
Date Published: 2/8/2018
Author: By RILA Retail Energy Management Program
Source: The Home Depot
Primary Topic: Sourcing Renewables
This case study from RILA tracks The Home Depot's path toward hitting their renewable energy and energy efficiency targets, established in 2015 to be met by 2020.
The goal: procuring 135 megawatts (MW-ac) of energy through renewable and alternative sources by 2020; reducing total store electricity use 20 percent by 2020.
The barrier: paying for renewable and alternative energy projects.
The solution: leverage financing options like PPAs and community solar that eliminate the need for internal capital and/or renewables operations and maintenance expertise.
The outcome: Find out by clicking below to download the report.
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