Unilever Moves from RECs to Renewable Energy Generation
Unilever US already purchases 100 percent of its electricity from renewable sources for all of its sites through renewable energy certificates (RECs). Now, through a partnership with NRG Energy, Unilever will install onsite and offsite renewable generation, making a stronger investment in its 100 percent clean energy for all energy use at Unilever US sites.
Through the partnership, NRG will employ various alternative energy technologies that will be scalable and transferable to other industry sectors.
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