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StarbucksFood + BeverageStarbucks purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 70% of company-owned stores globally.EPA Green Power Partnership
StaplesHome + OfficeStaples purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates and utility green power equal to 102% of its electricity usage. The company also decreased energy consumption by over 11% and has 46 on-site solar installations.EPA Green Power Partnership
AvedaBeauty + Personal CareAveda purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy to offset 100% of the electricity used for its headquarters and primary distribution center.Green-e Marketplace
Green-e Marketplace, EPA Green Power Partnership
TD BankFinancial ServicesTD Bank purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
AppleTech + TelecomApple uses clean energy for approximately 85% of its electricity usage, through a portfolio including on-site generation, Power Purchase Agreements and third-party certified renewable energy certificates.EPA Green Power Partnership
Whole Foods MarketFood + BeverageWhole Foods Market uses third-party certified green power for all of its operations and hosts/owns solar and fuel cells at select stores.EPA Green Power Partnership
Levi Strauss & CoClothing + LifestyleLevi Strauss & Co uses third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 23% of its operations.EPA Green Power Partnership
Kendall-Jackson WinesBeer + WineKendall Jackson purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy certificates to offset 100% of the electricity used for its entire operations as well as each of its employees homes.Green-e Marketplace
Green-e Marketplace, EPA Green Power Partnership
Marian Heath Greeting CardsArtMarian Heath Greeting Cards, LLC., purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy to offset 100% of the electricity used for its headquarters.Green-e MarketplaceGreen-e Marketplace
Strathmore ArtistArtStrathmore Artist purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy to offset 100% of the electricity used for its WindPower Pad product line and headquarters.Green-e MarketplaceGreen-e Marketplace
Tom ArmaArtTom Arma Studio, Inc. and Tom Arma Costumes, Inc. purchase Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy certificates to offset 100% of the electricity used for its entire operations.Green-e MarketplaceGreen-e Marketplace
HertzAutoHertz's energy efficiency and on-site solar generation equals approximately 10% of its electricity usage for select US stores.EPA Green Power Partnership
Bumble and BumbleBeauty + Personal CareEstee Lauder (parent company) uses third-party certified renewable energy for 113% of the electricity usage of the Bumble and Bumble brand.EPA Green Power Partnership
OriginsBeauty + Personal CareEstee Lauder (parent company) uses third-party certified renewable energy for 113% of the electricity usage of the Origins brand.EPA Green Power Partnership
derma eBeauty + Personal Carederma e purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Lafes Natural Body CareBeauty + Personal CareLafes Natural Body Care purchases third-party certified renewable energy equal to 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Tom's of MaineBeauty + Personal CareTom's of Maine purchases 100% third-party certified wind energy credits for its factory usage and hydro and biomass for its offices.EPA Green Power Partnership
AxeBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Bed HeadBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Caress SkinBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Clear Hair CareBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
ConsortBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
DegreeBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
DoveBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Just for Me!Beauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Lever 2000Beauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
MotionsBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
NexxusBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
NoxzemaBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Pond'sBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Q-tipsBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Simple SkincareBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Soft and BeautifulBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
St. IvesBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
SuaveBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
TCBBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
TRESemmeBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
VaselineBeauty + Personal CareUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
SephoraBeauty + Personal CareSephora NA purchases third-party certified green power for approximately 12% of the electricity usage of its operations.EPA Green Power Partnership
Fetzer VineyardsBeer + WineFetzer Vineyards purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates, generates on-site solar and makes efficiency measures totaling approximately 105% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Allagash Brewing Co.Beer + WineAllagash Brewing Company purchases third-party certified wind renewable energy certificates for 100% of its electricity usage, sourcing 92% from the Steel Winds II wind farm in NY.EPA Green Power Partnership
Frog's Leap WineryBeer + WineFrog's Leap generates clean energy with on-site solar equal to 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
New BelgiumBeer + WineNew Belgium Brewery purchases utility green power and third-party certified renewable energy certificates equal to approximately 87% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership, Company Page
Deschutes BreweryBeer + WineDeschutes Brewery purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for 82% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Long Trail Brewing Co.Beer + WineLong Trail Brewing Company purchases renewable energy equal to 25% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Cayuse VineyardsBeer + WineCayuse Vineyards purchases green power from its local utility for approximately 24% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Sierra NevadaBeer + WineSierra Nevada Brewing Company generates 19% of its electricity needs on-site, including a 2 MW DC solar installation, 1 MW hydrogen fuel cell and recovers biogas produced on-site.EPA Green Power Partnership
prAnaClothing + LifestyleprAna purchases third party certified wind energy RECs for 100% of the brand's electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Coldwater CreekClothing + LifestyleColdwater Creek purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates equal to approximately 85% of the electricity usage of its headquarters, distribution centers, customer contact centers and US retail stores.EPA Green Power Partnership
Neiman MarcusClothing + LifestyleNeiman Marcus purchases renewable energy certificates equal to approximately 10% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
TimberlandClothing + LifestyleTimberland uses mostly third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 7% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
National Geographic SocietyEntertainmentNational Geographic Society purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
INGFinancial ServicesING purchases third-party certified wind-generated renewable energy certificates for 100% of its US operations.EPA Green Power Partnership
Citi BankFinancial ServicesCiti Bank purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 13% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Wells FargoFinancial ServicesWells Fargo purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 13% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Capital OneFinancial ServicesCapital One purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 11% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Chase BankFinancial ServicesJP Morgan Chase purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for 10% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Tazo TeaFood + BeverageTazo Tea uses third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
BuyWell CoffeeFood + BeverageBuyWell Fair Trade Coffee offsets 100% of its manufacturing with Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy certificatesGreen-e MarketplaceGreen-e Marketplace
Carolina Plantation RiceFood + BeverageCarolina Plantation Rice purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy to offset 100% of its electricity use.Green-e Marketplace
Green-e Marketplace, EPA Green Power Partnership
Choice Organic TeasFood + BeverageChoice Organic Teas purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates from wind power for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Coda CoffeeFood + BeverageCoda Coffee purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates equal to 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Dagoba Organic ChocolatesFood + BeverageDagoba Organic Chocolates purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates equal to approximately 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Frontier Natural Products Co-OpFood + BeverageFrontier Natural Products Co-Op purchases third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Giovanni FoodsFood + BeverageGiovanni Foods purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy to offset 100% of the electricity used in its headquarters and to manufacture select products.Green-e MarketplaceGreen-e Marketplace
Great River Organic MillingFood + BeverageGreat River Organic Milling purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy to offset 100% of the electricity used for its entire operations.Green-e Marketplace
Green-e Marketplace, EPA Green Power Partnership
Himala SaltFood + BeverageSustainable Sourcing, LLC (parent company) purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy certificates to offset 100% of the electricity used for its entire operations.Green-e MarketplaceGreen-e Marketplace
Horizon OrganicsFood + BeverageWhiteWave Foods (parent company) uses third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
International DelightFood + BeverageWhiteWave Foods (parent company) uses third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Jim's Organic CoffeeFood + BeverageJim's Organic Coffee uses third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Kettle FoodsFood + BeverageKettle Foods uses third-party certified green power, on-site wind and solar and waste-to-energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Land O LakesFood + BeverageWhiteWave Foods (parent company) uses third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Lifeway KefirFood + BeverageLifeway Kefir purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for 100% of its electricity usage for production.EPA Green Power Partnership
Nunu ChocolatesFood + BeverageNunu Chocolates purchases third-party certified renewable energy equal to 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Pasta PrimaFood + BeverageValley Fine Foods (parent company) purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy certificates and generates on-site renewable energy to offset 100% of the electricity used to manufacture its Pasta Prima brand of refrigerated pasta products.Green-e MarketplaceGreen-e Marketplace
Santa Cruz OrganicsFood + BeverageSmucker Quality Beverages, Inc. (parent company) purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy certificates to offset 100% of the electricity used to manufacture its Santa Cruz Organic brand of products.Green-e Marketplace
Green-e Marketplace, EPA Green Power Partnership
Saratoga Springs Water CompanyFood + BeverageSaratoga Springs Water Company purchases renewable energy certificates equal to 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
SilkFood + BeverageWhiteWave Foods (parent company) uses third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Simply OrganicFood + BeverageFrontier Natural Products Co-Op (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Clif BarFood + BeverageClif Bar generates 90% of its headquarters electricity with an on-site solar array and 70% of its hot water through a solar thermal system.EPA Green Power Partnership
Ben & Jerry'sFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
BertolliFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
BreyersFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Country CrockFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
FruttareFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Good HumorFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Hellmann'sFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
I Can't Believe It's Not ButterFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Klondike BarFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
KnorrFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Lipton TeaFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Magnum Ice CreamFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
PopsicleFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
PromiseFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
RaguFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Wish-BoneFood + BeverageUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
A.VogelFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
AH!LASKAFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Fantastic World FoodsFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Field Day ProductsFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Harvest Bay Coconut WaterFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Ines Rosales TortasFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Koyo Natural FoodsFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Mediterranean OrganicFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Mt. VikosFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Natural SeaFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Old WessexFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Rising Moon OrganicsFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Tumaro's TortillasFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Woodstock FoodsFood + BeverageUnited Natural Foods, Inc. (parent company) purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 52% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
McDonald'sFood + BeverageMcDonald's purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates equal to 30% of its electricity usage at company-owned stores.EPA Green Power Partnership
Victoria Fine FoodsFood + BeverageVictoria Fine Foods purchases third-party certified renewable energy for 10% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
PeapodFood + BeverageAhold USA (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 8% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Coca ColaFood + BeverageCoca Cola purchases approximately 5% of its electricity usage directly from a combined heat and power system fueled by landfill gas.EPA Green Power Partnership
Del Monte FoodsFood + BeverageDel Monte Foods purchases renewable energy equal to approximately 5% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
SafewayFood + BeverageSafeway purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 4% of its electricity usage, including 100% of the electricity usage at its retail gasoline stations.EPA Green Power Partnership
ShakleeHealth + WellnessShaklee purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 111% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
AromafloriaHealth + WellnessAromafloria's manufacturing facility is powered with 100% Green-e Energy Certified wind energy.Green-e Marketplace
Green-e Marketplace, EPA Green Power Partnership
Aura CaciaHealth + WellnessFrontier Natural Products Co-Op (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Country Life VitaminsHealth + WellnessCountry Life Vitamins uses third-party certified green power for all of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Garden of LifeHealth + WellnessGarden of Life purchases Green-e Energy Certified wind energy certificates to offset 100% of its electricity use for its entire operations.Green-e Marketplace
Green-e Marketplace, EPA Green Power Partnership
Intelligent NutrientsHealth + WellnessIntelligent Nutrients purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy to offset 100% of the electricity used for its headquarters and to manufacture the product lines that display the Green-e logo.Green-e MarketplaceGreen-e Marketplace
SlimfastHealth + WellnessUnilever (parent company) purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 77% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Earth Friendly ProductsHome + OfficeEarth Friendly Products uses renewable energy for 121% of its electricity usage from manufacturing, generating 60% from on-site solar and purchasing the rest from third-party certified renewable energy certificates.EPA Green Power Partnership
Yala DesignsHome + OfficeYala Designs uses third-party certified green power for 116% of its usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
FLOR Carpet Design SquaresHome + OfficeInterface's (parent company) green power portfolio includes on-site solar PV, on-site landfill gas, and the purchase of certified renewable energy certificates from wind farms.EPA Green Power Partnership
Herman MillerHome + OfficeHerman Miller secures clean energy directly through long-term Power Purchase Agreements and conservation efforts, which total approximately 107% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
AmericraftHome + OfficeAmericraft LLC purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy to offset 100% of the electricity used for its manufacturing operations.Green-e Marketplace
Green-e Marketplace, EPA Green Power Partnership
MethodHome + OfficeMethod purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates equal to 100% of its electricity usage at offices and manufacturing sites.EPA Green Power Partnership
Office DepotHome + OfficeOffice Depot purchases Green-e Energy Certified renewable energy to offset 100% of the electricity used for its headquarters and for its Office Depot Green 100% Post Consumer Recycled content paper line.Green-e MarketplaceGreen-e Marketplace
The Green Glass CompanyHome + OfficeThe Green Glass Co. uses renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
BaygonHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
DranoHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
DuckHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
FantastikHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
GladeHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Mr. MuscleHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
PledgeHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
RaidHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Saran WrapHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Scrubbing BubblesHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
ShoutHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
WindexHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
ZiplocHome + OfficeSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Oboz FootwearOutdoor + Active LifestyleOboz Footwear purchases third-party certified green power for all of its operations and also offsets all business travel, commuting and shipping of product to retailers.EPA Green Power Partnership
Powdr ResortsOutdoor + Active LifestylePowdr Resorts purchases third-party certified renewable energy and generates on-site solar electricity totaling approximately 107% of their electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership, Company Page
The North FaceOutdoor + Active LifestyleThe North Face purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for its entire North American operations (including retail stores) and has a 1 MW solar PV system at their CA distribution center.EPA Green Power Partnership
Backcountry.comOutdoor + Active LifestyleBackcountry.com uses third-party certified green power for all of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Trek BicyclesOutdoor + Active LifestyleTrek Bicycles purchases third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Venture SnowboardsOutdoor + Active LifestyleVenture Snowboards purchases wind power for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Gander MountainOutdoor + Active LifestyleGander Mountain purchases third-party certified renewable energy for 35% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Autan Bug RepellentOutdoor + Active LifestyleSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
OFF!Outdoor + Active LifestyleSC Johnson (parent company) uses renewable energy, including on-site wind energy, cogeneration and waste-to-energy, for approximately 31% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
REIOutdoor + Active LifestyleREI purchases mostly third-party certified renewable energy certificates equal to approximately 16% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
PatagoniaOutdoor + Active LifestylePatagonia generates on-site solar equal to approximately 12% of electricity usage at its headquarters.EPA Green Power Partnership, Company Page
Kohl'sRetailersKohl's Department Stores purchases third-party certified renewable energy for 100% of its usage and also generates electricity through on-site solar.EPA Green Power Partnership
Party LandRetailersParty Land purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 33% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
WalmartRetailersWalmart uses renewable energy for approximately 4% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
National Hockey LeagueSportsThe NHL purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for its headquarters and the electricity usage from the Stanley Cup Playoffs.EPA Green Power Partnership
LenovoTech + TelecomLenovo purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for 288% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Nokia USATech + TelecomNokia USA uses renewable energy for approximately 101% of its electricity usage, generating electricity on-site from a biogas fuel cell and purchasing the rest from third-party certified renewable energy certificates.EPA Green Power Partnership
1&1 InternetTech + Telecom1&1 Internet purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for 100% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
MicrosoftTech + TelecomMicrosoft purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates equal to approximately 80% of the company's electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
SquarespaceTech + TelecomSquarespace purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 73% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
MotorolaTech + TelecomMotorola Mobility's US operations are powered by 66% wind energy. (WindMade) WindMade, EPA Green Power Partnership
DellTech + TelecomDell purchases third-party certified renewable energy and generates on-site solar equal to approximately 48% of electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
SonyTech + TelecomSony purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates and generates electricity from on-site solar installations equal to approximately 37% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
Best BuyTech + TelecomBest Buy purchases third-party certified renewable energy certificates for approximately 12% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
SprintTech + TelecomSprint purchases third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 5% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership
SamsungTech + TelecomSamsung uses third-party certified renewable energy for approximately 3% of its electricity usage.EPA Green Power Partnership

 

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Criteria

To be eligible for the Shop Clean List, a business must voluntarily opt-in for clean energy. Qualifying clean energy products include: Green Power, Renewable Energy Certificates (RECs) and On-Site Clean Energy Generation.

National US retail businesses that are part of the EPA Green Power Partnership, the Green-e Marketplace program and the Windmade label program are automatically included. The list is refreshed regularly.  For brands not in these programs, CleanPowerPerks does its own verification. To list your business, contact us here with the required information (please include all fields from the list) and documentation verifying your clean energy commitment.

We provide the Shop Clean List as an initiative to advance the clean power movement. Inclusion in this list is free for all eligible brands. Custom pages are included in CleanPowerPerks Business Membership and available to non-members for a fee. Unless noted, brands listed in this directory are not current CleanPowerPerks members. Contact us to set up a custom page listing or join the CleanPowerPerks program.

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About CleanPowerPerks

CleanPowerPerks™ is a web-based marketing program that connects clean-powered businesses with like-minded consumers.  To advance clean energy in the US, CleanPowerPerks rewards people + businesses for consciously choosing clean energy.  The program delivers perks to current residential clean energy users, promotes clean-powered businesses and signs up new customers for clean energy options with participating providers.  CleanPowerPerks brings together the entire voluntary clean energy industry as one collective, collaborative community.  Boston-based, women-owned startup CleanPowerPerks, LLC facilitates the program, which is expected to launch to consumers in 2014 and is now accepting clean power provider and retail business members. For more information, please visit www.cleanpowerperks.com.

About EPA’s Green Power Partnership

The Green Power Partnership is a voluntary program that encourages organizations to use green power as a way to reduce the environmental impacts associated with electricity use. The Partnership currently has more than 1,500 Partner organizations voluntarily purchasing billions of kilowatt-hours of green power annually. Partners include a wide variety of leading organizations such as Fortune 500® companies, small and medium sized businesses, local, state, and federal governments, and colleges and universities. For additional information, please visit http://www.epa.gov/greenpower.

About WindMade™

WindMade is the first global consumer label for companies, events and products using wind energy, giving companies the ability to communicate their commitment in a credible way, and empowering consumers to favour brands that choose wind. WindMade was founded in 2011 by the UN Global Compact, WWF, Vestas, GWEC, Bloomberg, the LEGO Group and PwC. For more information, see www.windmade.org.