China PV manufacturer joins RE100 with pledge to use renewable energy only by 2028, says it “firmly believes” world can get to 100% renewables by 2050.
ASX-listed property group becomes latest Australian company to join RE100, with target of all-electric buildings powered by 100% renewables before 2030.
Australian companies committed to 100% renewables now represent almost 25% of the value of the ASX, but there’s plenty of room for improvement.
Investment bank Macquarie Group becomes the latest Australian bank to commit to purchasing 100% renewable electricity.
Mike Cannon-Brookes says huge solar and storage project will test the limits of engineering, but serve as a “lighthouse” project to the world.
The City of Sydney has struck a landmark deal worth $60 million to power all of the council’s operations with 100 per cent renewable electricity.
While Morrison obfuscates on climate in New York, Macquarie announces mammoth plan to finance 20GW of new renewables in five years.
Chinese PV manufacturing giant says it “makes business sense” to shift its operations to 100% renewables by 2025 – we should hope so!
Westpac becomes 4th Australian company – 3rd major bank – to sign up to global RE100 movement, starting with major solar offtake deal with 120MW Bomen Solar Farm.
Tata Motors Limited has pledged to work towards sourcing 100% of its electricity needs from renewable energy facilities.