Big deals: Corporations and renewable energy

Many major corporations have made sustainability commitments which often include ensuring a minimum level of renewable energy is used to produce their goods and services. These targets are generally higher than local utilities can provide, so corporations are increasingly striking deals to procure their own renewable energy and, in some cases, ditching their traditional power provider completely.

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A new Dane rises: Lessons in transformation from DONG Energy

Never has the expression “winds of change” seemed more appropriate than in the case of DONG Energy. DONG is the largest energy company in Denmark and has significant operations in the UK. Once you accept that DONG is actually the name of the company, you may be equally surprised to hear that the acronym stands for Dansk Olie og Naturgas (Danish Oil and Natural Gas).  Far from its origins in oil and gas, today DONG Energy is a champion of offshore wind.

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