Posts tagged: green power

T-Mobile will power its Washington headquarters with 100% renewable energy by 2021

By: Kelly Pickerel T-Mobile announced it has signed on to Puget Sound Energy’s (PSE) Green Direct program, giving the company access to a blend of local wind and solar renewable energy sources, which will be used to power its Bellevue, Washington, headquarters with 100% renewable energy by 2021. This move will help the Un-carrier save millions […]

Budweiser Switches To Renewable Energy For US Brewing

By: Alister Doyle Moving to renewables from fossil fuels will correspond to taking 48,000 cars off the road every year Budweiser said it has switched all its US brewing to renewable electricity and is adding a clean energy logo to its labels as part of a global shift to green power by its parent company AB InBev. A “100 per cent renewable […]

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Renewable Energy Celebrated at Darlington Raceway

By: Matt Bise As the promotion to highlight NASCAR’s bygone era unfolded on the track so did the plan to make the sport more environmentally friendly for the future, with the help of Santee Cooper. Using renewable energy is not new at Darlington Raceway but this year the well-known Darlington Stripe has a little green included. […]

Could the City of Guelph Run Solely on Renewable Energy?

Residents invited to event to discuss what reaching that goal could look like By: Kate Bueckert A city run entirely on renewable energy. It might seem like a pipe dream, but it’s a goal some communities around the globe are setting. Residents in Guelph are being asked to start a conversation on the topic by […]

New Tool Prevents Conflict Between Wildlife and Renewable Energy

By: David Miller WWF-Canada has developed a new tool to build habitat protection into the renewable-energy development process, so that conflicts with wildlife can be prevented before significant investments are considered. Renewables for Nature, an interactive digital tool, makes it easy to identify areas where renewable-energy potential is high and conflict with nature is comparatively […]