Greater corporate sourcing of renewables can be a significant driver for the transition towards a zero-emission economy, a new report issued by the RE100 initiative has claimed.
Timed to coincide with the this week’s World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, the report has been published to update on the progress made by the initiative’s members towards sourcing all of their electricity from renewable sources.
While 11 members have already achieved that goal – albeit primarily through the purchase of renewable energy certificates and green tariffs – the group claimed that many members aimed to follow suit by 2024.
It claimed further evidence of the transition was the fact that its 87 member companies are now creating a global demand of…
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