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Green Power Partnership

Green Power Partnership Top Partner Rankings

The Green Power Partnership works with a wide variety of leading organizations—from Fortune 500® companies to local, state, and federal governments, and a growing number of colleges and universities. The following Top Partner Rankings highlight the annual green power use of leading Green Power Partners within the United States and across individual industry sectors.

Using green power helps reduce the environmental impacts of electricity use and supports the development of new renewable generation capacity nationwide. Usage amounts reflect U.S. operations only and are sourced from U.S.-based green power resources. Organizations can meet EPA Partnership requirements using any combination of three different product options: 1) renewable energy certificates, 2) on-site generation, and 3) utility green power products.


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More than ever, we know that our goal to be supplied 100 percent by renewable energy is the right goal and that marrying up renewables with energy efficiency is especially powerful. The math adds up pretty quickly—when we use less energy that's less energy we have to buy, and that means less waste and more savings.
— Mike Duke, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.


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! To view a Top Partner list, select from the list below: