The Corporate Guide to Green Power Markets is designed to help corporations understand, explore, and evaluate renewable energy opportunities. The Guide consists of a series of installments that explore different aspects of corporate markets for green power, based on WRI’s experience with the Green Power Market Development Group.
This WRI policy brief provides an overview of the wind power industry in the United States, including the current state of policy, economics, challenges, and common misconceptions. The brief includes a detailed discussion of available wind power products that corporate buyers can use to diversify their energy portfolio.
The Green Power Market Development Group-Europe is a unique corporate renewable energy “buyers group” comprised of leading commercial and industrial energy users dedicated to building corporate demand and markets for renewable energy in Europe.
The Group advanced a clean energy future by developing 1,000 megawatts of cost-competitive green power from 2000-2010.
The fourth installment accompanies the release of the Green Power Analysis Tool. This installment identifies the business case for the tool, describes how it works, and explains how managers can input data on green power projects and corporate targets.
Based on experiences gained implementing WRI’s CO2 reduction commitment, this guide helps other office-based organizations understand climate change and the practical steps they can take to measure and reduce their CO2 emissions.
Focusing on the role of energy in the global economy, this frequently quoted report notes that unstable and unsustainable energy prices have brought about many problems – high inflation rates, world recession, and mountain debt burdens.