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THE BRC—WHERE CORPORATE RENEWABLE ENERGY DEALS HAPPEN

Corporate procurement of wind power and utility-scale solar energy reached a record 1.2 GW in 2014. Through August 2015, the YTD market had already hit 1.4 GW. Nearly 75% of those deals involved a Business Renewables Center advisor, member, and/or sponsor.

THE MOMENTUM OF THE MARKET

The BRC’s nearly 60 members including major corporations, leading renewable energy project developers, and transaction intermediaries. The corporate members have a collective market capitalization of $1.4 trillion and consume 36 TWh of electricity per year, equivalent to roughly 3.3 million American homes.

ABOUT THE BRC

Founded by nonprofit Rocky Mountain Institute, the BRC streamlines and accelerates the corporate procurement of wind and utility-scale solar energy. Compared to comparatively intrusive energy-efficiency retrofits and on-site renewables installations such as commercial rooftop solar, we make off-site renewable energy simple, fast, and effective for meeting your corporate targets.

DOWNLOAD THE BROCHURE—LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BRC, THE BENEFITS OF MEMBERSHIP, AND HOW TO JOIN

Who Is Involved: Corporate Members

Totaling more than USD 430 billion in revenue and over 24 TWh in electricity consumption per year, the BRC corporate buyers include BD, Bloomberg, eBay, GM, HP, Johnson & Johnson, Autodesk, AEG, Cisco, Digital Realty, Kaiser Permanente, Nestlé Waters North America, Owens Corning, Salesforce, Sprint and VF Corporation.

Who Is Involved: Sponsors

The BRC project developers include Apex Clean Energy, E.ON-Climate and Renewables North America, First Solar, Gaelectric, Invenergy, NextEra Energy Resources, NRG Energy, OneEnergy Renewables, OwnEnergy and SunEdison. The BRC transaction service providers include 3Degrees, Altenex, Climate Friendly, CustomerFirst Renewables, Gaelectric, K&L Gates, Origin Climate, Renewable Choice Energy, Renewable Power Direct, Solar City, Tradewind Energy, Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, and Winston & Strawn.

 
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