Coalition of 12 Corporations and WRI Announce Largest Corporate Green Power Purchases in US

November 2003
Environmental Design & Construction;Nov2003, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on the green power deals announced by the World Resources Institute and the 12 members of its Green Power Market Development Group on September 17, 2003. Purchase of corporate fuel cells and renewable energy certificates in the U.S.; Efforts of the Green Power Group to make green power markets work for corporate buyers; Purchase of green power technologies and products to match corporate interests.


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