Tuesday, September 30, 2014
1:00–2:00 p.m. (EDT)
EPA's Green Power Partnership (GPP)
A few large corporations have started to source renewable energy directly from large, off-site wind or solar farms. The economic benefits are often significant, especially in today's market, but transaction complexity hinders large scale deployment. To make these transactions more accessible to a larger number of corporate organizations, the Rocky Mountain Institute is launching a shared service/resource center—the Business Renewables Center (BRC)—that will provide standardized products and services, such as deal databases, case studies, contract dissections, due diligence methodologies, and training events. The expected impact of the BRC will be to reduce transaction costs, time to completion, and failure rates.
This webinar answered the following questions:
- What actions are corporate leaders taking today?
- What are the most commonly encountered issues or barriers slowing adoption of renewable energy by organizations on a larger scale?
- How does the BRC address these issues and what is the Center's delivery model?
- How can I become involved with the BRC?
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