Apple, Walmart, PepsiCo offer suppliers leg up on renewable electricity

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It’s been five years since Apple decided to get proactive about extending its ambitious renewable electricity commitments into its supply chain — an incredibly important gesture for any company serious about addressing its Scope 3 emissions. It continues to disclose impressive progress. 

And slowly but surely, other multinationals including Walmart, PepsiCo and more than a dozen global pharmaceutical companies including Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and AstraZeneca are embracing similar strategies. 

All of these corporations have taken recent steps to create general resources and tools for their value chain and suppliers, with an eye to improving their energy efficiency and helping them procure renewable electricity through a variety of avenues. Some have even committed to helping suppliers orchestrate aggregated power purchase agreements (PPAs).

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