Comcast to eliminate 360,000 tons of annual emissions through renewable energy deal

Read the full story at ESG Today.

Telecommunications giant Comcast announced today a new renewable energy agreement with clean energy solutions supplier Constellation, which will see the company eliminate 360,000 tons of annual CO2 emissions.

Under the new agreement, Comcast will source 250 MW of carbon-free solar electricity from the 300 MW Blue Sky project, one of the largest solar projects approved to date in the PJM power grid, which spans the US Mid-Region and portions of the Midwest. The renewable energy will power approximately 12% of Comcast’s US operations and the vast majority of its Mid-Atlantic operations.

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