Outlines the challenges and benefits of green power for commercial and industrial users. Based on WRI’s experience with the Green Power Market Development Group.
Green, renewable energy sources offer U.S. companies the opportunity to stabilize energy costs, diversify energy sources, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and strengthen customer relations. To help corporations explore renewable energy opportunities, the World Resources Institute (WRI) has created <!—is publishing over the next 18 months a new series—>the “Corporate Guide to Green Power Markets” series. The series is based on WRI’s experience with the Green Power Market Development Group, a commercial and industrial partnership dedicated to building corporate markets for green power.
The Guide’s installments discuss various aspects of corporate markets for renewable and clean energy sources, including:
This first installment, Introducing Green Power for Corporate Markets: Business case, challenges, and steps forward provides an overview of green power including:
About this series
The Corporate Guide to Green Power Markets is designed to help corporations understand, explore, and evaluate renewable energy opportunities. Published by the World Resources Institute, the Guide consists of a series of installments that will explore different aspects of corporate markets for green power, including:
Installments will include useful tools, strategies, and case examples of corporate experiences with green power.
The series will be based on WRI’s experience with the Green Power Market Development Group. Installments will be published approximately every quarter over 18 months (starting July, 2002). If you would like free hardcopies of installments to be mailed to you, please complete the mailing form.