102 RE100 companies have made a commitment to go '100% renewable'. Read about the actions they are taking and why.
The IKEA Group is a home furnishing company with 336 stores in 28 countries. The company has committed to produce as much renewable energy as the total energy it consumes in its buildings by 2020. Alongside Swiss Re, IKEA Group is a founding partner of the RE100 campaign.
The Swiss Re Group is a leading wholesale provider of reinsurance, insurance and other insurance-based forms of risk transfer. Its global client base consists of insurance companies, mid-to-large-sized corporations and public sector clients. Recognising the business risks associated with climate change, Swiss Re is motivated to drive a low carbon economy and has a goal to use 100% renewable electricity by 2020. Alongside IKEA Group, Swiss Re Group is a founding partner of the RE100 campaign.
Anheuser-Busch InBev is the world’s largest brewer, based in Leuven, Belgium. Its diverse portfolio of well over 400 beer brands leverages the collective strengths of 200,000 employees in 50 countries. AB InBev has committed to transitioning its global operations to 100% renewable electricity and set a target to secure 100% of the company’s purchased electricity from renewable sources by 2025.
Adobe is a multinational software company based in the US. The company is committed to powering its operations and the digital delivery of its products entirely with renewable electricity by 2035 as one of five ambitious goals that will contribute to a low-carbon, sustainable future.
AkzoNobel is a Dutch paints and coatings company aiming to be carbon neutral and use 100% renewable energy – heat as well as electricity – by 2050.
alstria is one of the largest real estate companies in Germany. Having moved towards 100% fossil-free electricity in 2013, the company has a RE100 goal to roll out 100% renewable electricity across its entire portfolio by 2016.
Amalgamated Bank, as part of its commitment to values based banking, has joined RE100 with a target to be 100% powered by renewable electricity by 2017, as well as calling on the rest of the industry to follow its lead and take significant steps to proactively address climate risk and reduce carbon pollution.
Apple leads the world in innovation with iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Apple’s operations in 23 countries run on 100% renewable power. Worldwide, 93% of its 2015 electricity use came from renewable sources, and Apple is committed to reaching 100%. Apple is also helping its manufacturing partners lower their carbon footprint, working with them to install more than 4 gigawatts of new clean energy worldwide by 2020.
AstraZeneca is a global, science-led biopharmaceutical business that focuses on the discovery, development and commercialisation of prescription medicines. The company is committed to doing its 'fair share' to protect the planet and to keeping employees safe and healthy. AstraZeneca has a goal to source 100% renewable electricity globally by 2025, with an interim target of 100% in Europe and the US by 2020.
Autodesk is an American multinational software corporation that achieved its goal to source 100% renewable power in 2016 – four years ahead of schedule.
Aviva is a British multinational insurance company providing savings, retirement, insurance, health and asset management products and services. The business is working to increase the amount of renewable electricity it purchases for its operations globally, and has a RE100 goal to procure 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2025.
AXA is a French insurance company targeting 100% renewable electricity by 2025. Operating in more than 60 countries with diverse energy markets, AXA intends to achieve this target by using a mix of approaches, notably buying electricity directly from providers and compensating for non-renewable electricity.
Bank of America is one of the world’s leading financial institutions, offering a full range of banking, investing and other financial and risk management products and services. As part of its commitment to grow its business responsibly, it has set a goal to become carbon neutral and purchase 100% renewable electricity by 2020.
Bankia is a Spanish bank with a universal banking business model based on multi-channel management. Since 2013, Bankia has been using, in all its buildings and all its offices, 100% renewable electricity with certificates of Guarantees of Origin, and Bankia plans to continue this approach in future.
Biogen is an international biotechnology company based in the United States, developing and delivering innovative therapies for those living with serious neurological, autoimmune and rare diseases. The company has been working for years to drive operational efficiencies and currently buys renewable energy certificates equal to all of its electricity across its value chain. It is now also working to engage its supply chain and source renewable power more directly.
Bloomberg LP, through its unique technology, delivers business and financial information, news and insight around the world. Based in the US, the company is committed to renewable energy and sustainable business practices, and has set a goal to become 100% renewable by 2025.
BMW Group is a German automobile, motorcycle and engine manufacturer with a global market. Aspiring to be the most sustainable company in the automotive industry, the business is intensifying its efforts to produce more electricity in-house and source locally generated renewable energy. BMW is committed to procuring 100% of electricity from renewable sources for its operations and has an interim target to source more than two thirds of its electricity from renewables by 2020.
British Land is a London-based property investment company focused on managing, financing and developing prime commercial property. In 2016, the company completed the largest installation of solar PV at a UK shopping centre. 98% of the electricity used to light and power all of British Land’s shopping destinations and office campuses currently comes from guaranteed renewable sources. The company aims to switch the remaining 2% to renewable power by 2019.
BROAD Group is a Chinese developer of air conditioning units, combined cooling-heating-power projects, fresh air systems, and factory-made sustainable buildings, with products in more than 80 countries. The company has a RE100 commitment to source 100% renewable electricity for of all its operations by 2045.
BT’s purpose is to use the power of communications to make a better world. As one of the world’s leading communications services companies, BT serves the needs of customers in the UK and in more than 170 countries worldwide. BT has put sustainability at the heart of its business, and its 2020 goals include ambitions to procure 100% renewable electricity globally.
Burberry is a global luxury fashion brand with a distinctive British identity, founded in 1856. As a global retailer and manufacturer, Burberry employs over 10,000 people and has over 400 retail locations worldwide. Burberry is aiming to procure 100% of electricity from renewable resources to power its whole business by 2022.
CaixaBank is Spain’s leading bank by market share, operating in retail banking and insurance, while also holding investments in international banks and prominent services companies. The bank is among the most sustainable in the world according to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index, and also received a 100A score in the CDP’s ‘The Climate A List’. It has a goal of becoming carbon neutral and sourcing 100% renewable electricity by 2018. Around 98% of all the electricity consumed by CaixaBank is already from renewable sources.
The Carlsberg Group, headquartered in Denmark and one of the world’s biggest brewers, is switching to 100% renewable electricity at its breweries by 2022, as a step towards its target to become carbon neutral in 2030.
Coca-Cola Enterprises manufactures, markets and distributes Coca-Cola products in Western Europe. The company has committed to power all of its operations with 100% renewable electricity by 2020.
Colruyt Group is a Belgian retail corporation, consisting of a family of sister companies including the Colruyt stores. The group employs over 28,000 people. Colruyt Group has put the environment at the heart of its business model by generating renewable energy, by making its product range more sustainable, and by the maintenance of a sustainable personnel policy . The company has already met its RE100 goal of sourcing 100% renewable electricity. Now it aims to achieve 100% self-produced renewable electricity by 2020 – and is already 25% of the way there.
Commerzbank see climate change as a global challenge and recognize that decisive action from the finance sector is required to address it. They have designed a climate changes strategy that aligns existing activities with their vision for a low carbon future.
Corbion is a Dutch biotechnology company; the global market leader in lactic acid and lactic acid derivatives, and a leader in functional blends containing enzymes, emulsifiers, minerals, and vitamins. Corbion aims to power its global operations with 100% renewable power – reaching at least 50% of this goal by 2020.
Crédit Agricole Group is one of the largest banking groups in Europe, and the biggest contributor of loans and advances to the French economy. It supports its 52 million customers’ projects in France and around the world through its universal customer-focused retail banking model, based on cooperation between its retail banks and their related business lines. Crédit Agricole Group has set a goal to use 100% renewable electricity in its global operations by the end of 2016.
Dalmia Cement is a leading supplier of cement and the flagship company of Indian conglomerate Dalmia Bharat Group. The company has set a goal to power all its operations with 100% renewable electricity, and an interim target to increase fourfold the renewable/carbon-neutral share of its electricity use by 2030 (2015 baseline).
Danske Bank Group is a Nordic universal bank with more than 3.4 million clients. The bank acknowledges that the financial sector plays an important role in supporting the transition to a low-carbon economy and, since 2009, it has worked to minimize the negative environmental impact of its business operations. In 2015, Danske Bank became 100% powered by renewable electricity.
Dentsu Aegis Network is committed to sourcing 100% renewable electricity by 2020. The U.K.-based company recognises that de-coupling carbon from growth will allow it to become resilient to resource scarcity and price fluctuations.
Diageo is a global leader in beverage alcohol with a wide collection of brands across spirits and beer including Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff and Guinness. To date, the company has focused largely on the use of renewables for heat, which accounts for most of its energy use. Now, Diageo is increasing its commitment to renewable electricity, and has committed to powering its global operations with 100% renewable electricity by 2030, with an interim target of 50% by 2020 – setting a positive example to its supply chains.
DNB is Norway’s largest financial services group. It already purchases renewable electricity certificates equivalent to 100% of the business’ electricity consumption, and joins RE100 with a target to be powered by local renewable electricity certificates by 2020.
eBay is a multinational e-trading company that connects millions of buyers and sellers around the world – aiming to create a more sustainable form of commerce. eBay has committed to 100% renewable energy in its electricity supply by 2025 at its data centers and offices.
Elion is one of China’s top 100 private enterprises that puts managing natural sources at the heart of its business model.
Elopak is an international supplier of paper based packaging solutions for liquid food, and is the first packaging and first Norwegian company to join RE100. It has a target to use 100% renewable electricity by 2016.
Equinix is a global interconnection and data centre provider, committed to using 100% power across its global operations. The company has set an interim goal of sourcing 50% renewable electricity (against a 2015 baseline) by 2017.
Founded in 2004, Facebook’s mission is to give people the power to share and make the world more open and connected. The company is committed to powering connectivity with the smallest footprint possible, and set a goal of reaching 50% clean and renewable energy in its electricity supply mix for its data centers in 2018. Eventually, Facebook aims to have 100% clean and renewable energy in its mix.
FIA Formula E is the first electric single-seater championship, showcasing that electric vehicles can be fast, fun and safe. Its cars run on 100% renewable power. The success of the championship is helping to change the image of electric vehicles and demonstrate that they are the vehicles of the future.
The major international airport Gatwick Airport Limited, has been 100% renewable since 2013, via the purchase of unbundled renewable energy attribute certificates and some onsite solar. The UK based airport joins RE100 with a target to increase its share of direct generation by 2020.
General Motors is a global automobile manufacturer that produces vehicles in 30 countries. The company plans to meet the electricity needs of its 350 operations in 59 countries with renewable energy by 2050. This goal, along with the pursuit of electrified vehicles and responsible manufacturing, is part of the company’s approach to strengthening its business, improving communities and addressing climate change.
Based in Switzerland, Givaudan is the global leader in the creation of fragrances and flavours, and the first company of its kind to join RE100. Givaudan already has a vision on how to make a positive difference in the way it sources, innovates, produces and partners. Now, it is exploring ways to source more of its electricity from renewable sources of energy.
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a leading global investment banking, securities and investment management firm that provides a wide range of financial services to corporations, financial institutions, governments and high-net-worth individuals. The company recognizes the key role it can play in addressing climate change by deploying capital to low-carbon solutions including renewable energy. It has set a RE100 target of being 100% renewable by 2020.
Google is a global technology leader focused on improving the ways people connect with information. Google’s innovations in web search and advertising have made its website a top Internet property and its brand one of the most recognized in the world. Google is committed to sourcing 100% renewable electricity and is on course to reach this goal in 2017.
H&M, the popular swedish fashion retailer, is working to achieve 100% renewable power and is currently sourcing more than 90% of its electricity consumption from renewable energy.
Heathrow Airport is the UK’s only hub airport, serving over 13,000 flights and 200,000 passengers every day. Heathrow 2.0 is the airport’s plan for sustainable growth, including a goal to become zero-carbon airport by 2050 for fixed infrastructure. To help deliver on this, Heathrow will source 100% renewable electricity from April 2017, with an increasing proportion from on-site generation.
In over 150 years, the Helvetia Group has grown from a number of Swiss and foreign insurance companies into a successful international insurance group. Protecting the environment is part of Helvetia's core business. The Group continuously reduces its own CO2-footprint and has converted its power consumption to 100% electricity from renewable sources in 2015.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is an industry-leading technology company headquartered in Palo Alto, California. HPE Technology and services aim to help customers worldwide make IT more efficient, productive and secure. Committed to delivering a better future, HPE has set an interim goal to source 50% of its total energy consumption from renewable sources by 2025, with a long term intent of reaching 100% renewable energy in future.
HP Inc., a global leader in printing and personal systems, has made a RE100 commitment to use 100% renewable energy to power its electricity. The company has set an interim goal of sourcing 40% renewable electricity by 2020.
Headquartered in the US, International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. is a leading innovator of products that consumers taste, smell, or feel in fine fragrances and beauty, detergents and household goods, foods and beverages. The company is committed to procure 100% of its electricity from renewable sources in the shortest practical timescale possible and as financially feasible.
IHS Markit (Nasdaq: INFO) is a world leader in critical information, analytics and expertise, serving more than 50,000 customers in 140+ countries – including leading financial institutions and 85% of the Fortune Global 500. As part of its ongoing corporate sustainability commitment, IHS Markit has joined RE100 and pledged to source 100% renewable electricity by 2020.
Infosys is an Indian multinational corporation that provides business consulting, information technology, software engineering and outsourcing services. It has set a RE100 goal to go 100% by 2018.
Based in the Netherlands, ING is a global financial institution meeting the needs of a broad customer base comprising individuals, families, small businesses, large corporations, institutions and governments. ING is currently among leaders in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index ‘Banks industry’ group. The bank is 86% renewable, and is committed to powering all of its operations 100% with renewable electricity by 2020.
Interface, Inc.is a leading manufacturer of carpet tile and has committed to operating its factories on 100% renewable electricity by 2020. Based in the U.S., the company is already sourcing 84% renewable energy across its global operations – including both electricity and thermal energy.
Bank J. Safra Sarasin is committed to acting in a sustainable way in all areas of their business. This requires embedding sustainable thinking into the corporate culture. Increasing consumption of renewable energy is part of delivering their high level goals on the ground.
Johnson & Johnson is the world’s largest and most broadly-based health care company, and its mission is to help people live longer, healthier and happier lives. Recognising the intrinsic link between a healthy environment and human health, the company wants to play its part in addressing climate change and has set a RE100 target to power all of its facilities with renewable energy by 2050.
Irish building materials company Kingspan aims to run its 80+ global manufacturing facilities on 100% renewable power on an aggregated basis over its estate by 2020. Having already achieved net zero energy at its head office in Ireland in 2012 through the use of solar panels, the company has exceeded its target to achieve 50% renewable energy across the Group in 2016.
KPN is a Dutch landline and mobile telecommunications company that believes switching to renewable energy consumption is one key way to address climate change. All of KPN's electricity has come from renewable sources of energy since 2013.
The L’OCCITANE Group markets natural beauty and well-being products throughout the world. Since its creation, the French cosmetics company has placed the protection of nature and the environment at the heart of its business strategy. L’OCCITANE is transitioning to 100% renewable electricity globally, with an interim goal of 80% by 2020.
La Poste is the leading mail service operating in France, and is also involved in more than 40 countries. The company has the biggest fleet of electric vehicles in the world, and aims to power this and all other operations with 100% renewable energy by 2020.
Landsec is the largest commercial property development and investment company in the UK. The business is committed to purchasing 100% of its electricity from renewable sources as part of its ambition to be a sustainability leader, recognising the need to transition to a low carbon economy.
The LEGO Group is one of the world's leading manufacturers of creative play materials, and wants to make a positive impact on the planet and the children who will inherit it. Since 2012 the LEGO Group has invested approximately USD 890 million in offshore wind power. In May 2017 the company joined RE100 and achieved its ambition to balance 100% of its energy use with energy from renewable sources.
Marks and Spencer is a major British multinational retailer and an advocate of effective, proportionate and fair regulation on climate change issues. M&S is committed to sourcing 100% renewable electricity across its global operations and is already '100% renewable' in the U.K. and R.O.I..
Mars has made a commitment to conduct business in a way that is good for the company, good for people and good for the planet.
Microsoft, based in the U.S., is the leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world, and its mission is to empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more. The company has been 100 percent powered by renewable energy since 2014.
Nestle are committed to climate change leadership and have set targets to reduce direct greenhouse gas emissions per tonne of product by 35% since 2005, by 2015. Increasing renewable energy will be used to support this goal.
NIKE, Inc. is the world's leading designer, marketer and distributor of authentic athletic footwear, apparel, equipment and accessories for a wide variety of sports and fitness activities. NIKE, Inc. is committed to reaching 100% renewable energy.
Nordea is the largest financial services group in the Nordic and Baltic region, with a leading position in corporate and institutional banking as well as in retail banking and private banking. It is also the leading provider of life and pensions products in the Nordic countries. The company has a goal to become 100% powered by renewable electricity across all its operations and is working to set a pathway to achieve this.
Novo Nordisk is a global healthcare company with more than 90 years of innovation and leadership in diabetes care, and experience and capabilities to help people defeat other serious chronic conditions: haemophilia, growth disorders and obesity. Headquartered in Denmark, Novo Nordisk has set a RE100 target to source 100% renewable power at all production sites by 2020.
Pearson, the world’s largest education company, provides a range of education products and services that help people everywhere aim higher and fulfil their true potential. The company has been 'climate neutral' since 2009, an approach it has renewed and refreshed every subsequent year. As part of that commitment it has a policy to only purchase the electricity it uses in its buildings from renewable sources, something it first achieved in 2012 and has maintained ever since - making it 100% renewable.
Philips Lighting is the global leader in connected LED products, systems and services. As the largest lighting company in the world, it offers solutions across the value chain and is uniquely positioned to bring more and better light to the world and help provide a more sustainable future. Philips Lighting has made a commitment to powering 100% of its operations with renewable electricity by 2020.
P&G serves consumers around the world with one of the strongest portfolios of trusted, quality, leadership brands. The P&G community includes operations in approximately 70 countries worldwide. Based in the US, the company has a short-term goal to source 30% of its energy from renewable by 2020 with a long-term goal to power its plants with 100% renewable energy.
Belgian telecommunications company Proximus has already met its RE100 goal of sourcing 100% of its electricity from renewable energy – a decision that was taken to support its carbon emission reduction strategy. The switch to renewables is helping the company to work to sustantially reduce its carbon emissions.
Rackspace, Inc. is a managed cloud company based in the US. The company has committed to 100% renewable electricity throughout its entire operations and joins RE100 with a target to achieve this by 2026.
RELX Group is a publishing and information company, operating in the science, medical, legal, risk, marketing, financial, and business sectors. The company has set a RE100 goal to source 100% renewable energy by 2020, with an interim target of 50% by 2015.
Royal DSM is a global science-based company delivering innovative solutions across health, nutrition and materials. The business has an interim RE100 target to source 50% of its purchased electricity from renewables by 2025, and is aiming to be 100% renewable at the earliest subsequent opportunity.
Royal Philips is a leading health technology company focused on improving people’s lives through meaningful innovation, from healthy living and prevention, to diagnosis, treatment and home care. Philips is committed to carbon neutrality for its global operations by 2020, which includes purchasing 100% of our electricity from renewable sources.
RICOH Company, Ltd. is a multinational electronics company providing document services, consulting, software and hardware to businesses around the world. It is the first Japanese company to join RE100. Just beginning its renewable energy journey, Ricoh has a target to source 100% renewable electricity by 2050, with an interim goal of at least 30% by 2030.
Salesforce is a CRM software solutions and enterprise cloud computing company that believes the cloud should be powered by clean sources of energy. Salesforce is committed to increasing the percentage of renewable energy powering its global operations and reaching its goal of sourcing 100% of renewable electricity.
SAP is a multinational enterprise software corporation based in Germany that strives to ‘help the world run better and improve people’s lives through use of their services. The company has already reached its RE100 goal of powering all facilities and data centers by 100% renewable electricity in 2014.
SAVE S.p.A. Group is an Italy-based holding company managing Venice (VCE) and Treviso (TSF) Airports. It is also part of Valerio Catullo of Verona villafranca S.p.A, the company managing the airports of Verona Villafranca (VRN) and Brescia (VBS). SAVE S.p.A is working to reduce its environmental impact by adopting sustainable technologies and investing in energy efficiency. To help deliver on this, the company is committed to using 100% renewable electricity across all its operations and this target was reached in 2016.
SGS is a multinational inspection, testing, verification and certification company that believes they must manage business growth in tandem with environmental, social and economic impacts on society. The company has set a RE100 goal to be 100% powered by renewable energy by 2020.
Sky plc is Europe's leading entertainment company, serving 21 million customers across Italy, Germany, Austria, the UK and Ireland. Sky offers a broad range of content and innovative new technology designed to give customers a better TV experience. Sky already sources most of its electricity from renewable energy, and aims to go '100% renenwable' by 2020.
Starbucks is a global coffee company committed to ethically sourcing and roasting the highest quality Arabica coffee. As part of RE100, Starbucks is exploring ways to further increase its use of renewable electricity as part of its global energy mix.
Steelcase is a US based manufacturer and a global leader in its industry. It has a portfolio spanning architecture, furniture and technology products and services. For Steelcase investing in renewable energy means taking steps to recognize its own environmental impacts while helping grow an industry that will ultimately lead to a cleaner energy future. In 2014, the company expanded its renewable energy investments equivalent to 100% of its global electricity consumption.
Swiss Post operates in the communication, logistics, retail financial and passenger transport markets. Sustainability is a core value and a fixed component of the company’s vision and strategy. Swiss Post is opting for technologies based on renewable energies and since 2008, it has obtained 100% of its electricity from renewable sources. Since 2013, Swiss Post covers 100% of its electricity requirements with “naturemade basic” certified renewable energy from Switzerland.
Tata Motors Limited is India’s largest automobile manufacturer, producing a range of commercial and passenger vehicles as well as defence and homeland security vehicles. The company has set itself the goal of using 100% renewable energy across all its own operations.
TD Bank Group, the first Canadian company to join RE100, has sourced renewable electricity equivalent to 100% of its global operations since 2015. The company is committed to leading on the environment and to being carbon neutral.
Telefonica S.A. is a global telecommunications provider with 127,000 professionals facilitating communication for 350 million customers in 17 countries worldwide. Head-quartered in Spain, the company is committed to sourcing 100% renewable electricity globally by 2030, with an interim target of 50% by 2020.
Tesco is one of the world’s largest retailers with 6,500 stores in 8 countries. Its new science-based climate change targets (own operations) are modelled on a 1.5 degree trajectory, requiring continuing efficiency improvements and renewable electricity. The company is committed to sourcing 100% of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030 – to include over 50% from PPAs and on-site generation – and has an interim milestone to source 65% renewable electricity by 2020.
Tetra Pak is a Swedish food processing and packaging company committed to powering its operations with 100% renewable electricity by 2030, with an interim goal to reach 80% by 2020.
Switzerland-based UBS is a leading global financial services provider with a long track record of addressing environmental and energy challenges, determined to support its clients in preparing for success in an increasingly carbon-constricted world. The company’s RE100 goal is to be 100% powered by renewable energy by 2020, which will reduce its greenhouse gas footprint by 75% by compared with 2004 levels.
Unilever is a British-Dutch multinational consumer goods company that believes sustainability and emission reduction must be achieved in tandem with its brand growth. Already 100% renewable in Europe and the US the company has set an interim target to source 100% of its electricity purchased from the grid from renewables by 2020, with a view to sourcing 100% of its energy from renewables by 2030.
Vail Resorts is a leading global mountain resort operator, with 11 world-class mountain resorts and three urban ski areas in the US, Canada and Australia, and a collection of casually elegant hotels. The environment is central to Vail Resort’s business, and so the company feels a special obligation to protect it. Vail Resorts aims to source 100% renewable electricity by 2030, helping to deliver on its ‘Epic Promise for a Zero Footprint’ by the same year.
Finnish company Vaisala is a global leader in environmental and industrial measurement, providing a comprehensive range of innovative observation and measurement products and services for chosen weather-related and industrial markets. Vaisala has a RE100 goal to become 100% powered by renewable electricity by 2020.
VF Corporation is a global leader in the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of branded lifestyle apparel, footwear and accessories. The Greensboro, North Carolina-based company’s largest brands are The North Face®, Vans®, Timberland®, Wrangler®, Lee® and Nautica®. VF has committed to using 100% renewable energy at all owned and operated facilities globally by 2025.
VMware, Inc. is committed to powering its global operations with 100% renewable electricity. The cloud computing company joins RE100 setting a target to achieve this by 2020.
Voya Financial helps Americans plan, invest and protect their savings — to get ready to retire better. The company is committed to conducting business in a way that is environmentally and economically responsible, and as part of these efforts, Voya has purchased clean, emission-free wind energy credits equal to 100% of its electricity usage since 2007.
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE: WMT) is a global retailer operating 11,532 stores under 72 banners in 28 countries and e-commerce websites in 11 countries. Walmart continues to be a leader in sustainability, corporate philanthropy and employment opportunity. As part of RE100, Wal-Mart is committed to sourcing 100% of its electricity from renewable energy. The company aims to produce or procure 7,000 GWh of renewable energy globally by the end of 2020.
Wells Fargo & Co. is a provider of banking, mortgage, investing, credit card, insurance, and consumer and commercial financial services. Based in the U.S., the bank aims to play a key role in accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy to help reduce climate change impacts. Wells Fargo has set a goal go 100% renewable by 2017, with a transition to long-term agreements that directly fund new renewable electricity projects by 2020.
Workday, Inc. is a global provider of enterprise cloud applications. The company has purchased an amount of renewable electricity that is equivalent to 100% of its global consumption since 2008, and is now planning to supplement with on-site and off-site generation.
YOOX NET A PORTER GROUP is the world's leading online luxury fashion retailer. The group has set a RE100 goal to obtain 100% of its power from renewable sources by 2020.