08 Aug '17, 8am

Why Intel, NRG and Prologis believe in onsite clean energy

Why Intel, NRG and Prologis believe in onsite clean energy

Every month, at least one massive company announces an equally massive power purchase agreement that enables it to source at least a portion of its electricity from renewable energy resources such as solar and wind. Among the latest to trumpet that achievement: the biggest U.S. bank, JPMorgan Chase, which locked in a 20-year contract for a 100-megawatt wind farm in Texas as part of its new 100 percent renewable energy (by 2020) pledge. But long before PPAs became the strategy-du-jour for expanding corporate clean power portfolios, investments in on-site renewables — ranging from rooftop solar to fuel cells to small wind turbines — were the "thing" for companies seeking to reduce their dependence on coal-generated electricity. Actually, these installations are still very much a thing, despite the very real challenges associated with making them happen such as dicey relation...

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