Which Companies Use the Most Green Energy?
Green energy was once a niche segment of the wider energy industry, but it’s quickly becoming an essential energy source in many regions and nations across the globe.
Based on data from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), this infographic by SolarPower.Guide shows the top 50 greenest companies, based on the highest proportion of green energy used in their overall consumption mix.
Leaders in Green Energy Use
As green energy becomes more affordable, some major businesses like Google, Wells Fargo, and Apple are embracing it in a big way.
It also helps that institutional investors are nudging companies in that direction anyways, especially as they become more focused on incorporating environment, social and governance (ESG) into their portfolios.
Here are the top 15 U.S. companies that use the highest percentage of green energy:
|Rank||Company||Green Power use||Annual Green Power Use (kWh)|
|#1||The Estee Lauder Companies Inc.||139%||91,843,084|
|#5||Bank of America||109%||1,855,505,589|
|#6||Church & Dwight Co.||107%||159,445,000|
|#8||The Hartford Financial Services Group||106%||68,835,000|
|#11||State Street Corp.||104%||158,991,503|
Note: The values reflect the amount of green power as a percentage of a company’s total electricity (Read more...)