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Unilever Says Partnership Will Speed Plan To Reach 100 Percent Renewable Energy

May 7, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
Unilever has partnered with NRG Energy to provide onsite and offsite renewable energy generation, furthering Unilever’s goal of 100 percent clean energy use at U.S. locations by 2020. Unilever buys all of its  electricity from renewable sources for all U.S. sites through renewable energy certificates (RECs), which are credits for using energy from third-party renewable sources. The partnership with NRG will help Unilever take the next step beyond RECs. Unilever N.A. President Kees Kruythoff said the partnership with NRG would make the company “more resilient, sustainable, and profitable”.
"NRG Energy and Unilever Announce Formation of Strategic Partnership on Renewable Energy", News release, Unilever, May 07, 2014, © Unilever
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