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Sam Kimmins Nov 15
Growth of is stepping up a gear. With 210 companies now making credible 100% renewable electricity commitments, the question is shifting from ‘who has?’ to ‘who hasn’t - and why not?’... time to step up!
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ISHIGAMI, Shunichiro 9h
Visited Science Agora 2019 presented by JST, agency under Ministry of Education at Daiba Tokyo Nov17. Listened to Dr. Hiroshi Komiyama(former Univ. of Tokyo president)'s presentation regarding to in which he insists that society without nuke is possible.
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Jon Dee (JonDee.com) Nov 13
This is seriously exciting - has joined RE100. Another major company shifting towards 100% electricity! We’ll shortly be making some new member announcements for here in Australia. Watch this space! 👍
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💧🐝🐝🌱🐞💧 Nov 15
Hi Why are you advertising on Sky who support climate denial and then announce joining ? Double standards are confusing.
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RE100 Nov 15
We’re delighted to welcome National Australia Bank to ! They have set a 100% renewable electricity target for their entire global operations by 2025:
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The Climate Group 14h
This week saw reach a significant landmark toward their goal, achieving 100% renewable electricity in the U.S. and Canada. Proof it is possible to go further and faster on renewable energy.
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Alexandra Nov 14
Congratulations to on their achievements in the USA, Canada and Western Europe!
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Jacopo GIOLA Nov 15
I get confused : target is just to have 💯% renewable electricity for actual uses or instead to transfer all energy and transportation to 💯% renewable energy ?
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The Climate Group Nov 16
How can your business profit from renewable energy? This article by on sums it up well!
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💧Matt Nov 15
Replying to @NAB
Can you state more clearly what is meant by "performance guarantees" and "rehabilitate"? It sounds like weasel words to do less than you want us to think. ps. kudos for joining the 3/3
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MOEJapan Climate Action Nov 13
MOEJ joined in 2018, committing for use of 100% renewable energy, and become an ambassador for the initiative together with MOFA. A pilot project supplying RE to Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden () is now underway & MOEJ is accelerating efforts to go 100% renewable.
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Kristin Hanczor Nov 15
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ECOHZ Nov 16
The Estée Lauder Companies Inc. achieves 100% Renewable Electricity in U.S. and Canada. It is the first prestige beauty company to execute a Virtual Power Purchase Agreement (VPPA) for wind energy. via
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RE100 Nov 13
ICYMI: Congratulations to member who are "proud to share that we are purchasing 100% renewable electricity in the U.S. and Canada, and extended it to Western Europe."
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Sam Kimmins Nov 15
Total elec demand from members is greater than that of Thailand. If RE100 were a country, it would be the worlds 21st largest elec user. All of which is committed to renewables. And they’re investing at GW scale to fulfill that commitment. So... no.
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b2b partnerships Ltd 18h
running says it’s time STOP asking ‘Who Has’ made their renewables commitment & start asking ‘Who Hasnt?’ as the growth of accelerates, the pressure on co’s to change is now on Enter the
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The Climate Group Nov 15
Congratulations to member - we hope many more companies follow your lead!
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RE100 Nov 15
Today we also welcome our 211th company, Japan's , to ! 🙌 They are committed to achieving 100% renewable electricity for their entire global operations by 2050:
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Sam Kimmins Nov 15
I’m delighted to welcome Lixil to - Japanese construction materials and household equipment maker, committing to 100% renewable electricity. That’s 211 companies commmitted to powering their operations with !!
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CDP Nov 15
. now use 100% renewable grid electricity across five continents, which is a big step towards their target of carbon neutrality before 2030. Read more on :
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