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At Clean Energy Ministerial, companies demonstrate their commitment to 100% renewable energy

Author: The Climate Group, Published on: 7 June 2016

"Going 100% renewable: RE100 companies make impact at Clean Energy Ministerial," 2 Jun 2016

At the seventh Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM7)…where governments…are meeting, RE100 companies have been demonstrating their commitment to driving the transition to renewable energy. Autodesk…has achieved its target to power its facilities with 100% renewable electricity…Also, the business has set an internal carbon price that it expects will help align business decisions and investments with a low-carbon economy…Google committed to working…to convene a group of stakeholders to survey the policy and regulatory structures critical to enabling corporate purchasing of renewable energy and make policy recommendations for how to further unlock corporate renewable energy demand…Microsoft reasserted its…commitment to powering its datacenters with energy that is at least 50% wind, hydro and solar by 2018...Salesforce has shared its renewables story in a new RE100 case study to inspire other companies to follow suit…The announcements from RE100 companies come as RE100 welcomes six new joiners today, all committed to powering their entire operations with 100% renewable electricity. They include …Equinix…Tetra Pak…TD Bank Group…Interface, Inc.,…Dentsu Aegis Network and …Workday, Inc…

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Related companies: Alphabet Dentsu Google (part of Alphabet) Microsoft Salesforce.com Tetra Laval Tetra Pak (part of Tetra Laval) Toronto-Dominion Bank