Green Power Partnership
|Organization Type||Technology & Telecom|
|Percentage Green Power||100.5%|
|Percent of Green Power Use Third-Party Certified (excluding On-site)||100%|
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Nokia is a global, mobile communications company headquartered in Finland. Nokia established Co2 emissions reductions goals in 2006 and has incorporated various strategies to build sustainable practices into its business. Energy efficiency and the support of renewable energy are primary elements of its sustainability strategy. Nokia’s renewable energy certificate (REC) purchase made for is operations in the United States help promote renewable energy development and contribute to its global CO2e reduction targets. Nokia recognizes that through its corporate responsibility it can help make a better world by being one of many to make a difference. Nokia is commitment to support the growth of renewable energy through on-site renewable energy. Sunnyvale, California is the first Nokia site to have direct renewable energy through the use of fuel cells on-site that use bio-gas. The Sunnyvale location has currently reduced their direct CO2 emissions by 85 percent. The Sunnyvale location will allow Nokia to evaluate the fuel cell performance and determine if this technology can be supported at other Nokia locations around the World.