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.

Climate Declaration Means Opportunities for GM

Climate Declaration Means Opportunities for GM

General Motors remains the only automaker among 750 signatories of the Climate Declaration, organized by sustainable business advocacy group Ceres and its Business for Innovative Climate & Energy Policy coalition. GM’s investments are reducing its energy costs by at least $170 million. For the second consecutive year, … Read more…

FirstEnergy Overpaid by Millions for Renewable Energy Compliance

FirstEnergy Overpaid by Millions for Renewable Energy Compliance

Audits show that utility FirstEnergy spent millions of dollars more than it should have to comply with Ohio’s renewable-energy mandates, and passed the cost on to consumers, The Plain Dealer reports.

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