The corporate renewable procurements disclosed in the fourth quarter of 2019 were remarkable for being unremarkable.
The source of electricity has enormous potential that has yet to be tapped in the U.S.
How do you add 9 gigawatts of solar and wind in the next three years? You turn to corporate buyers, universities, hospitals and cities to commit to at least half that capacity.
Its new 1.6-gigawatt solar and wind portfolio represents almost as much capacity as all of last year's corporate deals, combined.
The record second quarter of 2019 saw deals inked to add over 2.8 gigawatts of capacity and 490-gigawatt hours (GWh) annually to corporate energy portfolios.
Solar and wind are renewable yet variable resources. New research shows that using them for the energy transition is not only possible, it's also affordable.
Its evolution sends a message to utilities and policymakers.
Deals show that the strong appetite for renewables among corporate energy buyers may be inspiring the creation of more options for corporates.
The most responsible approach to take is to thoroughly research blockchain solutions — and their energy implications — before pursuing them.
Over the past year, participation nearly doubled in the tech giant’s groundbreaking program to encourage usage of solar and wind.