Six More Companies Sign on to Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles

September 18, 2017 | Six more companies have signed on to the Renewable Energy Buyers’ Principles, which tell utilities and other suppliers what industry-leading, multinational companies are looking for when buying renewable energy from the grid.

As of September 2017, 70 companies have signed on, representing over 53 million MWh of annual demand by 2020, equivalent to powering 4.9 million American homes with clean, renewable energy.

Berry Global, H&M, Dell, McCormick and Company Inc., Sprouts Farmers Market, and Kimberly-Clark Corporation are the most recent additions to the Principles.

Read the report here.

Buyers Principle Signatories, September 2017