A New Path to Sustainable Operations: Procuring Renewable Energy for a Hybrid Workforce
- Jul 28, 2021 8:59 pm GMT
It’s no secret that the pandemic has permanently shifted the way we work. Many companies now have employees spread out, working remotely or in a hybrid model of remote and in-office. This has made energy consumption more complex and has left companies reevaluating how they should approach sustainable operations.
Wellington Management is an example of how companies are evolving their sustainability planning to meet the needs of the new work-from-home landscape. The firm recently signed a 10-year virtual power purchase agreement with Enel Green Power to match the electricity needs of its U.S. offices and the residential electricity usage of its 2,200 U.S. employees with renewable energy.
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