WWF Report: Fortune 500 Companies Saved $3.7 Billion in 2016 by Adopting Clean Energy Goals

WWF Report: Fortune 500 Companies Saved $3.7 Billion in 2016 by Adopting Clean Energy Goals

Nearly half of American businesses on the Fortune 500 list are adopting clean energy goals –saving nearly $3.7 billion annually and preventing pollution equivalent to the emissions of 45 coal-fired power plants – according to findings of Power Forward 3.0, a report by the World Wildlife Fund and its partners being released to the public tomorrow.

Wells Fargo Expands Clean Technology Incubator Program Beyond Commercial Buildings

Wells Fargo Expands Clean Technology Incubator Program Beyond Commercial Buildings

On April 13, financial services provider Wells Fargo announced a $20 million expansion of the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2), a five-year, $10 million program launched in 2014, designed to facilitate early-stage technologies that reduce the energy impact of commercial buildings.

Tech Titans Commit to Clean Energy

Tech Titans Commit to Clean Energy

Tech giants Amazon, Apple, Google and Microsoft plan to continue their clean energy initiatives even after President Trump’s executive action regarding the Clean Power Plan. The companies issued a joint statement late last week stating they would stay the course on their vow to focus … Read more…

RE100 Annual Report: 87 Companies Worldwide Confirm Business Case for 100% Renewables

Eighty-seven leading global companies – among them, Ikea USA, Hewlett Packard, and Tata Motors – confirm the strong business case for sourcing 100 percent renewable electricity in the newly released RE100 Annual Report 2017.

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