Wind Energy Makes FPL “PowerSwitch! Pioneer”

[] The Florida Power and Light (FPL) Group scored the highest ranking in the U.S. and second globally in a World Wildlife Fund (WWF) report that analyzed 72 of the world’s leading power companies. WWF reviewed the current use of available technologies to reduce C02 emissions, as well as clear commitments made for future improvements at each company. The report called FPL a “bright spot” in the U.S. rankings, and said the utility scored high due to leadership in developing wind energy and a commitment to dramatically improving power plant efficiency. FPL Group is among the first U.S. power companies to become a WWF PowerSwitch! Pioneer, which includes a commitment to support limits on national C02 emissions.
Previous articleInternational Kyoto Targets Met Through Renewable Energy
Next articleBiomass from NH Joins the Stock Exchange
Renewable Energy World's content team members help deliver the most comprehensive news coverage of the renewable energy industries. Based in the U.S., the UK, and South Africa, the team is comprised of editors from Clarion Energy's myriad of publications that cover the global energy industry.

No posts to display