Green Power Partnership Top 30 Local Government
Released on October 21, 2019
The Top 30 Local Government list represents the largest green power users among local government partners within the Green Power Partnership. The combined green power use of these organizations amounts to nearly 4.7billion kilowatt-hours annually, which is equivalent to the electricity use of more than 429,000 average American homes annually.
Usage figures are based on annualized Partner contract amounts (kilowatt-hours), not calendar year totals. These rankings are updated on a quarterly schedule. Find out how your organization can partner with EPA today!
|Partner Name||Annual Green Power Usage (kWh)||GP % of Total Electricity Use*||Green Power Resources|
|1. City of Houston, TX||1,072,149,000||92%||Solar, Wind|
|2. City of Dallas, TX||745,470,079||100%||Wind|
|3. District of Columbia||495,810,000||102%||Wind|
|4. Dallas Fort Worth International Airport||440,215,000||100%||Solar, Wind|
|5. Montgomery County Clean Energy Buyers Group||375,728,000||60%||Wind|
|6. City of Austin, TX||333,805,639||100%||Wind|
|7. Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission||215,000,000||100%||Wind|
|8. City of Portland, OR||106,682,319||88%||Biogas, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind|
|9. City of San Jose, CA||98,061,115||65%||Biogas, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind|
|10. Chicago Park District||85,444,996||75%||Wind|
|11. Port of Portland||75,071,589||96%||Solar, Wind|
|12. County of Santa Clara, CA||60,498,331||45%||Solar, Wind|
|13. Western Pennsylvania Energy Consortium||59,580,908||35%||Various|
|14. Forest County Potawatomi Community||56,126,752||94%||Biogas, Solar, Wind|
|15. City of Boston, MA||50,733,000||35%||Wind|
|16. City of Las Vegas, NV||49,188,303||42%||Solar|
|17. Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District||47,705,750||35%||Wind|
|18. City of Columbus, OH||46,247,500||18%||Wind|
|19. City of San Diego, CA||43,209,773||24%||Biogas, Solar|
|20. City of Cincinnati, OH||34,274,281||12%||Various|
|21. City of Irving, TX||26,614,266||51%||Solar, Wind|
|22. City of Denton, TX||26,379,749||74%||Biogas, Wind|
|23. Arlington County, VA||25,897,198||30%||Solar, Wind|
|24. Franklin County, OH / 47 Facilities||25,600,000||100%||Wind|
|25. City of Rockville, MD||23,600,000||143%||Wind|
|26. City of Edmond, OK||23,001,962||71%||Wind|
|27. City of Bellingham, WA||22,000,000||100%||Wind|
|28. City of Evanston, IL||20,114,052||79%||Solar, Wind|
|29. City of Santa Monica, CA||19,448,000||100%||Solar, Wind|
|30. County of San Mateo, CA||19,355,479||73%||Biomass, Geothermal, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind|
* Reflects the amount of green power as a percentage of total electricity use. Partners choosing to purchase green power in an amount exceeding 100 percent of their U.S. organization-wide electricity use are listed as such.
Current and past Top Partners lists are available for you to view and print.
For additional information on how your organization can join these Top Partners as Green Power Partners, learn how to Become a Green Power Partner.