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.

New Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance Intends to Aggregate Corporate Procurement

The Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (REBA) – a coalition of multinational companies that propose to aggregate their alternative energy buying needs to achieve competitive, predictable power prices for the long-term – announced its formal launch in a media conference call on May 12.

Coca-Cola’s Roanoke Bottler Completes Energy Challenge

Coca-Cola’s Roanoke Bottler Completes Energy Challenge

The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated Roanoke plant has reduced its carbon emissions by 12 percent since 2004, completing a challenge by the Coca-Cola Company and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). The Energy Challenge was launched in January, 2011 as an effort to improve plant performance at Coca-Cola’s … Read more…

Corporations Rally to Streamline Renewable Energy Procurement

Corporations Rally to Streamline Renewable Energy Procurement

Salesforce, Hilton San Francisco Union Square, Arup, Autodesk and Genetech are the latest signatories on the Corporate Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles, reports Greenbiz. Many of the companies that have signed onto the Buyers’ Principles are aggressively purchasing and investing in renewable energy; however, onsite projects often only … Read more…

WWF Uses Money, Instead of Environment, as Reason to Invest In Renewables

WWF Uses Money, Instead of Environment, as Reason to Invest In Renewables

The World Wildlife Fund is asking governments and financial institutions worldwide to increase investment in renewable energy by at least $40 billion over the next 12 months. WWF’s public campaign will run in more than 20 countries, where the environmental group is targeting public finance, … Read more…

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