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Switching your company to renewable energy? Read this first

The renewable energy opportunity for Fortune 1000 companies has never been better. Renewable energy provides direct bottom-line benefits: Reduced energy costs, protection from price volatility, protection from regulatory risk, and positive reputational/brand value. Importantly, the recent extensions Read More...

The wind is blowing toward corporate buyers big time, AWEA says

The American Wind Energy Association's fourth-quarter 2015 market report, released in January, revealed that about 75% of the megawatts contracted through power purchase agreements in the period were through corporations, including Procter & Gamble, General Motors and Google Read More...

GM, P&G execs to kick-off SED webinar series

As part of its mission to serve the unique information needs of large commercial and industrial companies, Smart Energy Decisions on Oct. 4 announced the launch of its new, free webinar series.Designed to bring relevant, useful information on timely topics of interest to the industry, the first two Read More...

P&G reveals Ambitions 2030

The Procter & Gamble Company announced on Apr. 16 it has achieved many of its 2020 environmental sustainability goals, has plans in place to meet the rest, and has established new goals for 2030.In a statement, the company explained that the new goals, titled "Ambition 2030," aim to "enable and Read More...

P&G hits goals, sets new ones

The Procter & Gamble Company announced it has made significant progress against their 2020 goals for climate, water, and waste, and have set new goals for 2030.With the release of the company’s 2018 Citizenship Report, P&G explained, “Our energy team has worked hard to deliver re Read More...

P&G commits to being carbon neutral for the entire decade

The Procter & Gamble Company committed July 16 to be carbon neutral for the decade by reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 50% and purchasing 100% renewable electricity for all manufacturing sites by 2030.The consumer goods corporation estimates that they will need to balance around 30 million m Read More...

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