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January 6, 2016
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January 25, 2016
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Find out more about EPA's Top Partner Lists

Released on January 25, 2016

Fortune 500 icon.This list represents Green Power Partners that also appear on the Fortune 500® list. EPA's list of Fortune 500 Partners consists of 77 companies using more than 14.6 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually, which is equivalent to the electricity use of more than 1.3 million average American homes.

We have found that using clean sources of electricity is not only an important choice that we have made to help address climate change, but it is also a sound business decision. Through our actions, we are striving to secure predictable rates while also helping our organization to become more sustainable.
- Stephen Sichak, BD

Usage figures are based on annualized Partner contract amounts (kilowatt-hours), not calendar year totals. These rankings are updated on a quarterly schedule. Find out how your organization can partner with EPA today! To view a top partner list, select from the chart below:


Annual Green Power Usage (kWh) GP % of Total Electricity Use* Organization Type Providers (listed in descending order by kWh supplied to Partner) Green Power Resources
1. Intel Corporation
3,107,050,000 100% Technology & Telecom 3Degrees°, Renewable Choice Energy°, On-site Generation, PNM Solar, Wind
2. Microsoft Corporation
2,699,210,000 100% Technology & Telecom Sterling Planet°, Renewable Choice Energy°, Enbridge Energy°, On-site Generation Biogas, Biomass, Solar, Wind
3. Kohl's Department Stores
1,429,749,630 104% Retail 3Degrees°, Renewable Choice Energy°, On-site Generation Solar
4. Cisco Systems, Inc.
1,085,086,742 97% Technology & Telecom 3Degrees°, Sterling Planet°, Austin Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
5. Apple Inc.
1,021,607,000 100% Technology & Telecom 3 Phases Renewables°, On-site Generation, Constellation, Public Service Company of Colorado°, Noble Americas Energy Solutions°, Salt River Project°, NC GreenPower°, Iberdrola Renewables°, Austin Energy°, NV Energy°, 3Degrees°, Sacramento Municipal Utility District°, Sterling Planet°, Silicon Valley Power°, Xcel Energy°, GDF Suez Energy Resources NA°, Homefield Energy°, Renewable Choice Energy°, Community Energy°, Sonoco Products Company°, Dominion Virginia Power°, City of Palo Alto Utilities°, Louisville Gas & Electric Company°, CPS Energy°, Tampa Electric°, PNM°, City of Naperville°, Avista Utilities°, Huntsville Utilities°, Memphis Light, Gas and Water°, Indianapolis Power & Light°, Omaha Public Power District°, Central Electric Cooperative, Nashville Electric Service°, Knoxville Utilities Board°, NSTAR° Biogas, Biomass, Geothermal, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
6. Google Inc.
879,152,664 34% Technology & Telecom NextEra Energy Resources°, Grand River Dam Authority°, On-site Generation Biogas, Solar, Wind
7. Starbucks (company-owned cafe retail stores, non-retail manufacturing, and offices)
696,982,000 69% Restaurants & Cafes Nexant°, 3Degrees° Wind
8. BD
437,409,000 81% Health Care NextEra Energy Resources°, Nebraska Public Power District°, Rocky Mountain Power°, Bloom Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
9. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. / Select Locations
314,843,272 16% Retail On-site Generation, Bloom Energy° Solar, Wind
10. Lockheed Martin
258,734,176 16% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Renewable Choice Energy°, 3Degrees°, WGL Energy°, On-site Generation, Sterling Planet°, City of Palo Alto Utilities° Biomass, Solar, Wind
11. BNY Mellon
227,309,995 79% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. NextEra Energy Resources°, Constellation°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
12. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
211,207,809 12% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. NRG Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
13. State Street Corporation
211,020,000 109% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Blue Delta Energy° Wind
14. Johnson Controls, Inc.
171,800,567 16% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Sterling Planet°, Constellation°, Renewable Choice Energy°, Diverse Power°, FirstEnergy Solutions°, Cirro Energy°, On-site Generation Biomass, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
15. EMC Corporation
157,000,000 27% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
16. Boeing / South Carolina
123,902,804 100% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. South Carolina Electric & Gas°, On-site Generation Biomass, Solar, Wind
17. American Express
114,117,486 55% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Arizona Public Service°, Carbon Solutions Group°, Xcel Energy°, On-site Generation Biogas, Biomass, Geothermal, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
18. Best Buy
108,874,000 14% Retail 3Degrees° Various
19. Citi
100,004,259 11% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. NextEra Energy Resources°, Constellation° Wind
20. MetLife / Owner Occupied Office Facilities
96,889,905 102% Insurance Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
21. Baxter International Inc.
90,109,000 21% Health Care WGL Energy° Wind
22. Colgate-Palmolive Company
68,000,000 30% Consumer Products 3Degrees° Wind
23. Applied Materials, Inc.
67,659,885 29% Technology & Telecom Silicon Valley Power°, Austin Energy°, On-site Generation Biogas, Solar, Wind
24. Fifth Third Bank
65,000,000 30% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
25. The Estee Lauder Companies Inc. / Operations and Selected Retail Brands
63,385,653 89% Consumer Products Native Energy°, Xcel Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
26. SoftLayer, an IBM Company
60,403,000 100% Technology & Telecom MP2 Energy° Wind
27. Capital One
59,805,408 15% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Direct Energy°, Renewable Choice Energy°, Green Mountain Energy, Constellation°, TXU Energy° Wind
28. Motorola Solutions, Inc.
55,000,000 47% Technology & Telecom Greenlight Energy° Various
29. Coca-Cola Refreshments (The Coca-Cola Company)
53,986,572 6% Food & Beverage On-site Generation Biogas, Solar
30. General Motors / GMVM Ft. Wayne
53,260,800 43% Automotive On-site Generation Biogas
31. Voya Financial
49,389,000 100% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. NextEra Energy Resources° Wind
32. salesforce.com
36,907,136 32% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
33. United Services Automobile Association (USAA)
35,843,541 24% Insurance CPS Energy°, Arizona Public Service°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
34. Xerox Corporation
34,138,000 9% Technology & Telecom Constellation°, Portland General Electric° Wind
35. Raytheon Company
33,074,276 4% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Indianapolis Power & Light°, McKinney LFG, LLC°, Renewable Choice Energy°, On-site Generation Biogas, Solar, Wind
36. AMD
32,303,000 50% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
37. United Natural Foods, Inc.
30,738,809 35% Food & Beverage Renewable Choice Energy°, On-site Generation, Liberty Power°, Champion Energy Services°, Constellation° Biomass, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
38. Southwest Airlines Co. / Dallas & Houston Operations
25,027,544 40% Transportation Renewable Choice Energy° Biomass, Small-hydro, Wind
39. Hartford Fire Insurance Company (The Hartford Financial Services Group Inc.)
21,081,000 11% Insurance 3Degrees°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
40. The North Face (VF Corporation)
19,672,356 106% Retail Bonneville Environmental Foundation°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
41. Staples
16,975,741 3% Retail Renewable Choice Energy°, Avista Utilities, Pacific Power°, Tennessee Valley Authority°, Portland General Electric°, On-site Generation, Florida Power & Light° Biogas, Solar, Wind
42. Quest Diagnostics
15,847,188 6% Health Care Constellation°, TXU Energy° Wind
43. American Airlines Group / Texas
14,011,000 25% Transportation Champion Energy Services Wind
44. CH2M
13,000,000 27% Constr. & Eng. Srvcs. Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
45. Albertson's Inc. / Select Locations
12,309,848 15% Retail On-site Generation Biogas, Solar, Wind
46. General Dynamics Land Systems / Central Office
11,673,000 100% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Direct Energy° Wind
47. The Dow Chemical Company / Corporate Headquarters
10,512,000 30% Chemical City of Midland Biogas
48. Altria / Center for Research & Technology Facility
8,437,785 62% Consumer Products Renewable Choice Energy°, Dominion Virgina Power° Wind
49. Dow Chemical Adhesive and Function Materials
8,000,000 30% Chemical Element Markets° Wind
50. Allergan
6,559,634 7% Health Care Reliant Energy, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
51. The Timberland Company (VF Corporation)
5,649,114 54% Clothing & Textile Iberdrola Renewables, Kentucky Utilities Company, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
52*. 3M / Austin, TX Facilities
5,400,000 32% Consumer Products Austin Energy° Wind
52*. Oracle Corporation / Austin Facility
5,400,000 6% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
54. Monsanto Company
5,378,000 10% Chemical 3Degrees° Various
55*. State Farm / Austin Operations Center
5,016,971 100% Insurance Austin Energy° Wind
55*. Time Warner Cable - Central Texas (Time Warner Inc.)
5,016,971 82% Media & Publishing Austin Energy° Wind
57. Wyndham Worldwide / Parsippany, NJ Campus
4,160,796 95% Hotels & Lodging Renewable Choice Energy° Various
58. AT&T Services, Inc. / Austin, Texas Facilities
4,080,000 19% Technology & Telecom Austin Energy° Wind
59. Penske Truck Leasing Co., L.P./Penske Logistics, LLC
4,000,000 4% Transportation 3Degrees° Wind
60. Unum
3,969,957 6% Insurance Renewable Choice Energy° Various
61. Anthem, Inc. / Worthington, OH Facility
3,671,636 100% Insurance Direct Energy° Wind
62. Sheraton Boston Hotel (Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.)
3,615,000 32% Hotels & Lodging 3Degrees° Wind
63. Macy's, Inc. / 26 California and Hawaii Stores
3,505,635 27% Retail On-site Generation Solar
64. Ralph Lauren Corporation
3,174,008 3% Clothing & Textile Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
65. General Dynamics Land Systems / Scranton
3,156,770 50% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. PPL EnergyPlus° Various
66. GE Healthcare / Headquarters (General Electric)
3,068,536 7% Health Care We Energies°, On-site Generation Biogas, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
67. Johnson & Johnson / 4 California Facilities
2,502,004 7% Health Care On-site Generation Solar
68. ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston, Inc. / Kennewick Office
2,250,000 100% Ag. & Nat. Resources Bonneville Environmental Foundation° Biogas, Biomass, Small-hydro, Wind
69. Agilent Technologies / Santa Clara Operations
1,640,103 6% Technology & Telecom On-site Generation Solar
70. UTC Aerospace Systems / Landing Systems (United Technologies Corporation)
1,575,000 8% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Tennessee Valley Authority° Biomass, Solar, Wind
71. FedEx Express / Oakland Hub Facility
1,003,741 11% Shipping On-site Generation Solar
72. IBM Corporation / Foster City, CA Facilities
952,000 79% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
73. Stryker Orthobiologics
584,962 10% Health Care Green Mountain Energy Wind
74. ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston, Inc. / Eagle Office
400,000 100% Ag. & Nat. Resources Bonneville Environmental Foundation° Biogas, Biomass, Small-hydro, Wind
75. IBM Corporation / Costa Mesa, CA Facilities
385,000 100% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
76. Dagoba Organic Chocolate (The Hershey Company)
257,206 100% Food & Beverage City of Ashland/BEF° Biomass, Solar, Wind
77. United Parcel Service (UPS) / 4 CA Facilities
158,254 42% Shipping On-site Generation Solar

*Reflects the amount of green power as a percentage of total electricity use. Partners choosing to purchase green power in an amount exceeding 100 percent of their U.S. organization-wide electricity use are listed as such.

°Indicates Provider is selling Partner a third-party certified green power product. For more information on third-party certification, visit http://www.epa.gov/greenpower/buygp/certified.htm.

Current and past Fortune 500® Partners lists are available here for you to view and print:

January 2016 list (PDF) (12 pp, 293K, About PDF)
Oct 2015 list (PDF) (10 pp, 325K)
July 2015 list (PDF) (10 pp, 238K)
April 2015 list (PDF) (10 pp, 236K)
January 2015 list (PDF) (8 pp, 146K)
October 2014 list (PDF) (10 pp, 267K)
July 2014 list (PDF) (8 pp, 113K)
April 2014 list (PDF) (8 pp, 135K)
January 2014 list (PDF) (8 pp, 97K)
November 2013 list (PDF) (11 pp, 110K)
July 2013 list (PDF) (14 pp, 475K)
April 2013 list (PDF) (8 pp, 277K)
January 2013 list (PDF) (13 pp, 413K)
2012 lists (PDF) (30 pp, 283K)
2011 lists (PDF) (30 pp, 324K)
2010 lists (PDF) (18 pp, 1M)
2009 lists (PDF) (18 pp, 1M)
2008 lists (PDF) (18 pp, 269K)
2007 lists (PDF) (16 pp, 584K)
2006 lists (PDF) (3 pp, 82K)

For additional information on how your organization can join these Top Partners as Green Power Partners, please visit the Join Us page of this Web site.

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