Aggregation: Expanding Companies’ Access to Offsite Renewable Energy Projects

N/A | November 14, 2018

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Seventy-two percent of large U.S. energy users are actively pursuing renewable energy procurement.1 The intensifying prioritization of corporate social responsibility and investments in renewable energy have prompted companies to find new ways to make a more positive impact on the environment. The options businesses have employed historically to procure renewable energy such as purchasing renewable energy certificates (RECs) or installing solar panels on a business property while still viable solutions, may not offer the required size to meet businesses’ increasingly aggressive sustainability goals.

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