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Estée Lauder Companies, TheView Profile
We will continue to develop strategies to further integrate renewable energy into our operations and build a diverse portfolio of energy investments.
Greiner Packaging CorporationView Profile
We want to continuously increase our goal for renewable energies in purchasing electricity. By 2025, this amount should be 70 percent, and by 2030, 90 percent. Furthermore, by 2025, we want to increase the renewable electricity power we produce ourselves to 1.5 percent and by 2030, to 2.5 percent of our total electricity power consumption.
Hasbro continues its commitment to using renewable energy and achieving carbon neutrality across its owned and operated global operations.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)View Profile
By 2025 source 50% of total electricity consumption in our operations from renewables.
IKEA Group has committed to producing as much renewable energy as it consumes by 2020.
Kellogg Company, TheView Profile
By 2020, expand the use of low-carbon energy in our plants by 50% from a 2015 baseline. By 2050, source 100% renewable electricity.
Kraft Heinz CompanyView Profile
Kraft Heinz is proud to announce that by 2025, the majority of our procured electricity (for all facilities globally) will be from renewable sources.
We’re therefore setting our next milestone on the path to 100 percent renewable energy, aiming to surpass the 70 percent target by 2023.
Milliken ChemicalView Profile
Our 2025 Planet Goals will reduce our global footprint in order to increase our global impact: ZERO waste to landfill, increase renewable energy use 10X, ZERO environmental violations, and reduce indexed greenhouse gas emissions, water usage, and solid waste by 25%.
Ocean Spray CooperativeView Profile
Ocean Spray is committed to managing our energy use and combating climate change in our food and beverage plants. We do this in our manufacturing facilities by implementing energy reduction programs, investing in energy-efficient equipment, and advancing measurement technologies.
Source 100% renewable electricity for our global operaions by 2030 and 60% by 2025
Add solar rooftop panels to 500 of our stores and distribution centers by 2020.
Expand our EV program to more than 600 parking spaces with charging stations at more than 100 sites across more than 20 states by 2020
TC TranscontinentalView Profile
Our strategy to reduce and optimize our energy consumption is aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal to “increase substantially the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix and double the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency”.
In 2015, we set ourselves the ambition of becoming carbon positive by 2030. By becoming carbon positive, we will:
- Source all our electricity purchased from the grid from renewable sources by 2020
- Source 100% of our energy across all our operations from renewable sources by 2030
- Eliminate coal from our energy mix by 2020
- Directly support the generation of more renewable energy than we consume, making the surplus available to the markets and communities where we operate by 2030.
Power 50% of our operations with renewable sources of energy by 2025
Drive the production or procurement of 7 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) of renewable energy globally by Dec. 31, 2020 — an increase of more than 600% vs. our 2010 baseline
Double the number of on-site solar energy projects at our U.S. stores, Sam’s Club locations and distribution centers by 2020, compared with our 2013 baseline of 240 installations