RESF Presentation: Fifth Third Bank - 100% Renewable with a Single Solar PPA
Categories: Commercial, Solar, Sourcing Renewables
Date Published: 7/30/2018
Source: Fifth Third Bank, Schneider Electric
Primary Topic: Solar
Fifth Third Bank and Schneider Electric's presentation on "Fifth Third Bank’s bold entry into RE sourcing" was a highlight of Smart Energy Decisions' recent Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum Spring event.
In his introduction to the session, SED's John Failla said that "the traditional journey for corporates in RE sourcing has been to test the waters with RECs, then do onsite solar, then PPAs or VPPAs." Fifth Third Bank, on the other hand, used a "go big or go home strategy" with a single PPA to get to 100%.
Charting his company’s swift rise to 100% RE, Scott Hassell, director of environmental sustainability at Fifth Third Bank said, "We made a decision that we want to be a leader, the one that people value and trust. For us, sustainability is part of achieving that vision. It’s part of engaging our employees."
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