RMI enlists eBay, GM, HP to help double corporate renewables by 2025

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The latest in a series of efforts to scale business usage of solar and wind by breaking down logistical barriers to purchasing clean energy

Two-thirds of the Fortune 100 want to buy electricity generated by off-site renewable energy sources this year - or at least that's what they're saying publicly. The problem: the procurement process...

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