An growing number of companies globally have set sustainability targets to address the climate emergency. More than 700 companies are taking action to reduce their carbon footprint, write Caroline Zhu and Jiayin Song of Rocky Mountain Institute, and over 200 companies have publicly made the RE100 commitment to procure 100% of their electricity from renewable energy.
A 30 MW solar plant in China’s Qinghai province, developed by Sungrow. China’s new policies aim to further reduce prices, stimulate power trading between provinces, and encourage corporations to voluntarily procure renewable energy.
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