Two large American companies, Oracle and Amazon, made big claims this week about their use of renewable energy.
Oracle pledged to power its global operations, both its facilities and its cloud, with 100% renewable energy by 2025. The goal builds on its existing sustainability priorities.
Amazon announced several new projects that make it the top corporate buyer of renewable energy in the United States. Now touting itself as a top corporate buyer of renewable energy, Amazon announced 14 new projects in North America and Europe, bringing the company’s total renewable energy investments to 10 gigawatts of electricity production capacity. The latest announcement means Amazon now has 232 renewable energy projects around the world, including 85 utility-scale wind and solar projects and 147 solar rooftops on facilities and stores worldwide.
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