Infographic: Johns Hopkins University Solar Pledge
Categories: GHG Emissions, Solar, Sourcing Renewables
Date Published: 6/14/2019
Source: Johns Hopkins University
Primary Topic: Solar
Marking the largest commitment to solar energy in Maryland and one of the most significant pledges to GHG emissions reduction in higher education, Johns Hopkins University has entered into a 15-year agreement to supply its campuses with more than 250,000 megawatt-hours of solar power per year.
This agreement, signed with Baltimore-based Constellation, will allow the University to meet roughly two-thirds of its overall electricity needs with solar power.
Download the infographic to explore the latest piece of Johns Hopkins University's plan to reduce carbon emissions by 51% by 2025:
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