Walmart and GM Becoming Biggest Purchasers of Wind Energy

Walmart and GM Becoming Biggest Purchasers of Wind Energy

Wind contracts among corporate power users have grown from 5% in 2013 to 40% in 2016, according to the American Wind Energy Association. Though tech companies like Google and Salesforce have long been using renewable energy, corporate giants such as Walmart and General Motors have … Read more…

‘Energy Management Is Our Bread & Butter,’ Says Walmart’s Joby Carlson

‘Energy Management Is Our Bread & Butter,’ Says Walmart’s Joby Carlson

Last November, Walmart became the first retailer to set a Science Based Target, committing to reducing its own emissions 18% by 2025 from 2015 levels, and to cutting 1 gigaton of emissions from its value chain by 2030. As the largest retailer in the world, … Read more…

Walmart Aims to Wipe Out Supply Chain Emissions with Project Gigaton

Walmart Aims to Wipe Out Supply Chain Emissions with Project Gigaton

Walmart formally launched its Project Gigaton on April 19 – an initiative under which the discount retailer will provide an emissions reduction toolkit to a broad network of suppliers, focusing on areas such as manufacturing, materials, and use of products, with the goal of reducing carbon by 1 gigaton (1 billion tons) by 2030.

Walmart Signs with AMS for 40 MWh of Energy Storage at Southern California Stores

Walmart Signs with AMS for 40 MWh of Energy Storage at Southern California Stores

Under the first phase of an agreement signed with Walmart on April 11, Advanced Microgrid Solutions of San Francisco will design, install, and operate 40 MWh of advanced energy storage at 27 of the discount retailer’s stores in Southern California.

Corporate Managers Are Buying Into Solar Energy

Corporate Managers Are Buying Into Solar Energy

Target, Walmart and Apple are among the major retailers moving the solar market. They see the benefit of burnishing their brands by becoming clean energy advocates while they also increase operational savings.

18 Companies Ask VA for Regulatory Clarification

18 Companies Ask VA for Regulatory Clarification

Microsoft, Walmart, Best Buy, IKEA, Staples and 13 other companies have asked the Virginia State Corporation Commission to create “an explicit legal framework” for expanding access to renewable energy from utilities and third party suppliers, according to Virginia.com. The request came in a letter that … Read more…

Walmart, Apple Lead On-Site Renewables Challenge

Walmart, Apple Lead On-Site Renewables Challenge

Walmart, Apple and the US Department of Energy are the top three on-site renewable power users, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency’s list of Green Power Partners. Coca-Cola and General Motors round out the top five. As of October 26, 307 organizations have joined the EPA’s Green Power Partnership, … Read more…

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