Wind Solar Alliance News Release
The report, Corporate Renewable Procurement and Transmission Planning: Communicating Demand to RTOs May Yield More Low-cost Options, points out that more than 100 U.S. corporate
buyers — members of the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance — have set a goal of purchasing 60 gigawatts of new U.S. renewable energy capacity by 2025. So far, since 2013, the companies have procured just over 13 gigawatts of renewable power. The report outlines actions major buyers of renewable energy can take to make sure renewable power is accessible when they need it. Read the entire news release here.
About Wind Solar Alliance
Wind Solar Alliance (WSA) was launched by wind energy leaders in 2010 as the Wind Energy Foundation. In 2014, the organization launched its A Renewable America campaign in partnership with leaders from the wind and solar industries. In October 2018, after five years of successfully leading a wind-solar collaboration and recruiting several new solar industry leaders to its board of directors, the organization renamed itself the Wind Solar Alliance. The new name reflects the emerging consensus that:
- The wind and solar sectors have a wide array of policy needs and opportunities and these will continue to grow over time;
- The two sectors are stronger when acting together on this shared agenda than when acting apart; and
- Given recent cost declines and technological innovation, the rapid deployment of utility-scale wind and solar represents one of the most promising solutions to climate change.