REBA is a new lobby for corporate buyers of clean energy

America’s president has little interest in fighting climate change. Not so its companies. Last year businesses tapped more than 8.5 gigawatts of clean energy in America, nearly triple the level of 2017, according to Bloombergnef, an energyresearch firm. Although more than 150 big corporations around the world have set targets to buy all their power from renewable sources, America accounts for 63% of corporate purchases of clean gigawatts. On March 28th green-minded companies there transformed the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (reba), a non-profit organisation, into a fully fledged lobby group to further the cause.

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