Cornell University Joins EPA Green Power Partnership
The national program recognizes partners who voluntarily use green power...comments share
Cornell University has been approved as an EPA Green Power Partner as of September 2017. During its initial 12-month reporting period, Cornell used 15.4 million kilowatt-hours of green power. The EPA provides technical assistance and recognition for partners, who voluntarily commit to using green power for all or a portion of their electricity consumption.
Other goals of the program include educating stakeholders on renewable energy markets, motivating stakeholders to use green power, and recognizing leadership in green power procurement. Read more about the program's success here.
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