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Renewable / Alternative Energy

Increase renewable energy to 50% of total electricity use by 2025.

Albertsons Companies

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Providing products that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and/or are made with renewable energy or materials.

Pursue renewable energy installation or sources – for example, solar, wind or biomass.

ALDI, Inc.

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We’re always working to reduce our energy consumption and find renewable solutions.

Amazon.com, Inc.

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Investing in wind and solar to reach 80% renewable energy across all business operations by 2024.

Investing in wind and solar to reach 100% renewable energy across all business operations by 2030.

Anheuser-Busch InBev

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[By 2025] 100% of our purchased electricity will be from renewable sources.


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More than 40 suppliers have made commitments to join us, putting us well on track to exceed our goal of putting 4 gigawatts of clean energy online by 2020.

AR Packaging Group AB

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2020: Increase use of renewable energy in comparison to base year.

2020 Goal: We will continue to drive reductions in emissions and increases in resource efficiency and alternative energy deployment.



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We aim to make our own production sites carbon-neutral by 2030 and are therefore implementing energy efficiency measures at our sites and increasing the procurement of electricity from renewable sources.


Beiersdorf AG

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We achieved our goal of switching all our sites worldwide to electricity from renewable energy sources by 2020 ahead of schedule in 2019.

Berry Global

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Increase renewable energy by 2025.

Best Buy Co., Inc.

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We are placing increased focus on securing offsite renewable energy sources and purchasing Renewable Energy Credits (RECs). Our offset target is equal to 20 percent of our 2009 baseline carbon emissions.

Campbell Soup Company

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Source 40% of our electricity from renewable or alternative energy sources by FY2020


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Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by favoring the use of renewable energy over fossil fuels.


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We’re also exploring renewable energy technologies to find more sustainable ways to fuel our operations.

Church & Dwight Co., Inc.

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We are reducing our environmental footprint by increasing renewable energy usage.

Cisco Systems Inc.

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Use electricity generated from renewable sources for at least 85% of our global electricity by 2022

Clorox Company, The

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100% renewable electricity in the U.S. and Canada in 2021

Colgate-Palmolive Company

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100% Renewable Electricity by 2030

Danone North America

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We are aiming to reach 50% of renewable electricity by 2020, and 100% by 2030.

We will source 75% of electricity from renewable sources across all Dell facilities by 2030 — and 100% by 2040


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Sourcing renewable or low-carbon energy.

A new system that converts waste biomass to electricity is expected to be ready for use in 2020, further reducing Dole’s climate footprint in Hawaii.

Obtain 750 megawatts (MW) of energy from renewable resources by 2025.


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We are powering 100% of our plants with renewable electricity and we will continue to do so as we expand, always looking for new ways to improve energy efficiency and generate clean power on-site.

Edgewell Personal Care

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We have also committed to using 100% renewable electricity across our global operations by 2030.

Estée Lauder Companies, The

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We will continue to develop strategies to further integrate renewable energy into our operations and build a diverse portfolio of energy investments.

Greiner Packaging Corporation

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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.


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Hasbro continues its commitment to using renewable energy and achieving carbon neutrality across its owned and operated global operations.

Henkel Corporation

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50% electricity generated from renewable energy sources [by 2020]

100 % electricity generated from renewable energy sources by 2030

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

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By 2025 source 50% of total electricity consumption in our operations from renewables.

Home Depot

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Procure/produce 135 megawatts of renewable energy by 2020.

HP Inc.

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Use 60% renewable electricity in global operations by 2025. Use 100% renewable electricity in global operations by 2035.

IKEA Group has committed to producing as much renewable energy as it consumes by 2020.

Innovia Films

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We also intend to generate more of our own energy and increase the percentage of renewable energy that we purchase, so that we can reduce the amount of energy bought from the grid year on year.

Intel Corporation

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Achieve 100% renewable energy use across our global manufacturing operations by 2030.

Johnson & Johnson

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Produce or procure 35% of electricity use from renewable sources by 2020, and 100% by 2050.

Kao USA, Inc.

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2030 long-term target: 100% purchased power from 100% renewable sources

Kellogg Company, The

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By 2020, expand the use of low-carbon energy in our plants by 50% from a 2015 baseline. By 2050, source 100% renewable electricity.

Keurig Dr Pepper

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Obtain 100% of electricity from renewable sources by 2025.

Kraft Heinz Company

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Kraft Heinz is proud to announce that by 2025, the majority of our procured electricity (for all facilities globally) will be from renewable sources.


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By 2025, all of our sites will have achieved carbon neutrality by improving energy efficiency and using 100% renewable energy


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We are starting to invest in renewable energy with plans to explore additional opportunities, and continue to find ways to transport our products more efficiently.

Macy’s Inc.

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2025 Goal: Host 10 additional solar installations, bringing our total to 110

Mars, Incorporated

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As a founding RE100 member, Mars is committed to sourcing 100% renewable electricity by 2040.


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Incorporate 25% renewable energy into overall normalized manufacturing energy usage by 2027.


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By 2025, at least 50% of our purchased electricity will come from renewable sources.

By 2040, 100% of our purchased electricity will come from renewable sources.


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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 Chemical

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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%.

Mondi Jackson LLC

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Investigate opportunities to increase the share of renewable energy in the energy we purchase.

Nestlé USA

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By 2020: As a member of RE100, aim to procure 100% of our electricity from renewable sources with the shortest practical timescale.

Newell Brands

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We encourage all operations to conduct energy awareness campaigns for employees, upgrade to high-efficiency lighting, conduct energy audits and explore renewable energy generation where feasible.

Nike Inc.

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Reach 100% renewable energy in owned or operated facilities by the end of FY25 and encourage broader adoption as part of our effort to control absolute emissions.


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In deregulated energy markets, source 90% of our energy from renewable sources [by 2020].

Ocean Spray Cooperative

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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.

By 2026 Omya aims for more than 12% of our global electrical energy consumption to come from our own renewable energy plants.


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Increase our use of renewable energy sources, such as solar and battery storage.

Procter & Gamble

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We have a goal to use 30% renewable energy globally by 2020; 100% renewable electricity by 2020 in North America; and 100% renewable electricity globally by 2030.

PVH Corp.

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Commitment to source 100% renewable electricity for our facilities by 2030, with an interim target of 50% by 2025.

We are exploring how we can support generating renewable energy, specifically solar energy, in our home state of Wisconsin.

Reckitt Benckiser Group (RB)

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100% renewable electricity by 2030

Seaman Paper Company

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Increase renewable energy use by 20% from 2015 levels [by 2020]


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Sephora is focused on reducing energy consumption and transitioning to renewable energy.

Seventh Generation

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100% non-fossil fuel sources energy for Seventh Generation facilities, travel, commuting, Third Party Manufacturers and distribution [by 2020]

Solvay Specialty Polymers USA, LLC

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By 2030 we will not build new coal-powered plants and commits to phase out the use of coal in energy production globally wherever renewable alternatives exist.


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we’re seeking to advance the reduction of carbon emissions through the adoption of renewable and cleaner sources of energy including solar and fuel cell technology.

Starbucks Coffee Company

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Invest in 100% Renewable Energy to Power Operations Globally by 2020


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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 Transcontinental

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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”.

Tetra Pak Inc.

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We are on track to meet our RE100 targets of 80% by 2020 and 100% by 2030.

Total Corbion PLA

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100% renewable electricty [by 2030]

Tyson Foods, Inc.

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We strive to use renewable fuels like biogas from our wastewater treatment operations.


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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.

UPM Raflatac

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70% share of renewable fuels (continuous)

25% renewable energy (by 2025)

40% alternative fuel as a percentage of total ground fuel (by 2025)

25% alternative fuel & advanced technology vehicles as a percentage of total vehicles purchased (in 2020)

Verizon Wireless

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By 2025, the equivalent of 50% of our total annual electricity consumption will be renewable energy.


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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

World Centric

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We also believe in investing in renewable energy like solar and wind energy production in addition to carbon offsetting programs such as planting trees.

Yum! Brands, Inc.

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Yum!’s corporate U.S. offices will use 100% renewable energy by the end of 2020.

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