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January 8, 2014
March 25, 2014
July 1, 2014
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January 27, 2014
April 21, 2014
July 28, 2014
October 27, 2014

Find out more about EPA's Top Partner Lists

Released on January 27, 2014

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 82 companies using nearly 15.1 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually, which is equivalent to avoiding the carbon dioxide emissions from the electricity use of nearly 1.5 million average American homes.

Cisco's use of renewable energy reflects our commitment to sustainability and is a key part of managing our impact on the environment. This is the right thing to do as a corporate citizen; it also helps us optimize the value of our operations and attract and retain best-in-class talent.
- Ali Ahmed, Cisco Systems, Inc.

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
3,100,850,000 100% Technology & Telecom Sterling Planet°, PNM, On-site Generation Biogas, Biomass, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
2. Microsoft Corporation
1,935,551,000 80% Technology & Telecom Sterling Planet°, On-site Generation Biomass, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
3. Kohl's Department Stores
1,536,529,000 105% Retail Nexant°, Sterling Planet°, Renewable Choice Energy°, 3Degrees°, On-site Generation Solar
4. Whole Foods Market
800,257,623 107% Retail 3Degrees°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
5. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
751,431,792 4% Retail Noble Americas Energy Solutions, Duke Energy, On-site Generation, Green Power EMC°, Oklahoma Gas & Electric Biogas, Solar, Wind
6. Google Inc.
737,364,727 32% Technology & Telecom NextEra Energy Resources°, On-site Generation, Grand River Dam Authority° Biogas, Solar, Wind
7. Staples
635,951,792 106% Retail Renewable Choice Energy°, 3Degrees°, Sterling Planet°, Avista Utilities, Pacific Power°, Tennessee Valley Authority°, Portland General Electric, On-site Generation, Florida Power & Light° Biogas, Solar, Wind
8. Starbucks Company-Owned Stores
592,462,522 70% Restaurants & Cafes 3Degrees°, Nexant° Wind
9. Apple Inc.
537,393,667 85% Technology & Telecom 3 Phases Renewables°, TerraPass / NC GreenPower°, Constellation, On-site Generation, Austin Energy°, Sacramento Municipal Utility District°, Iberdrola Renewables°, Pacific Power°, NV Energy, Central Electric Cooperative, Silicon Valley Power° Biogas, Biomass, Geothermal, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
10. Lockheed Martin Corporation
431,108,840 24% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Sterling Planet°, 3Degrees°, EDF Industrial Power Services°, GDF Suez Energy Resources NA°, Champion Energy Services°, Noble Americas Energy Solutions°, City of Palo Alto Utilities°, South Alabama Electric Cooperative° Biomass, Solar, Wind
11. Cisco Systems, Inc.
425,183,599 40% Technology & Telecom 3Degrees°, Austin Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
12. BD
382,462,000 85% Health Care Renewable Choice Energy°, 3Degrees°, Rocky Mountain Power°, Bloom Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
13. McDonald's USA LLC
309,185,000 30% Restaurants & Cafes 3Degrees°, Sterling Planet° Wind
14. BNY Mellon
276,092,134 90% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. NextEra Energy Resources°, Sterling Planet°, Constellation°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
15. Dell Inc.
217,789,000 48% Technology & Telecom GDF Suez Energy Resources NA°, TXU Energy°, Austin Energy°, Oklahoma Gas & Electric, On-site Generation Biogas, Solar, Wind
16. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
210,000,000 10% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Green Mountain Energy° Wind
17. State Street Corporation
199,000,000 111% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Element Markets° Wind
18. Sprint
176,004,981 5% Technology & Telecom 3Degrees°, Sterling Planet°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
19. EMC Corporation
175,000,000 31% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy°, 3Degrees° Wind
20. Best Buy
151,151,000 14% Retail 3Degrees° Small-hydro, Wind
21. Safeway Inc.
135,421,000 4% Retail 3Degrees°, On-site Generation Biogas, Biomass, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
22. Boeing / South Carolina
103,137,773 100% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. South Carolina Electric & Gas°, On-site Generation Biomass, Solar
23. Citi
100,000,000 11% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. NextEra Energy Resources° Wind
24. MetLife / Owner Occupied Facilities
85,452,976 72% Insurance Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
25. Baxter International Inc.
82,500,000 20% Health Care NextEra Energy Resources°, Native Energy° Wind
26. Motorola Mobility, Inc.
80,000,000 82% Technology & Telecom Native Energy° Wind
27. Capital One
79,870,504 13% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Direct Energy°, Constellation°, Green Mountain Energy, TXU Energy° Wind
28. Fifth Third Bank
69,589,000 30% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Greenlight Energy° Wind
29. The Estee Lauder Companies Inc. / Operations and Selected Retail Brands
63,125,533 113% Consumer Products Native Energy°, Xcel Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
30. AMD
62,483,478 52% Technology & Telecom Austin Energy°, Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
31. Johnson Controls, Inc. / Building Efficiency
45,688,000 34% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Sterling Planet°, FirstEnergy Solutions Wind
32. Raytheon Company
44,551,800 5% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. McKinney LFG, LLC°, Indianapolis Power & Light°, On-site Generation Biogas, Solar, Wind
33. Coca-Cola Refreshments
41,328,558 5% Food & Beverage On-site Generation Biogas, Solar
34. United Natural Foods, Inc.
40,508,381 52% Food & Beverage Bonneville Environmental Foundation°, On-site Generation, Hess Energy Marketing°, PPL EnergyPlus, Green Mountain Energy°, Direct Energy°, 3Degrees° Biogas, Biomass, Solar, Wind
35. Motorola Solutions, Inc.
40,000,000 24% Technology & Telecom Native Energy° Wind
36. United Services Automobile Association (USAA)
34,475,200 24% Insurance CPS Energy°, Arizona Public Service°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
37. Applied Materials, Inc.
34,109,130 17% Technology & Telecom Austin Energy°, Silicon Valley Power°, On-site Generation Biogas, Solar, Wind
38. Xerox Corporation
32,610,718 8% Technology & Telecom Constellation°, Portland General Electric Wind
39. Johnson Controls, Inc. / Headquarters
32,287,742 152% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Renewable Choice Energy°, On-site Generation Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
40. Southwest Airlines Co. / Dallas & Houston Operations
25,027,544 48% Transportation Renewable Choice Energy° Biomass, Small-hydro, Wind
41. FedEx Office
25,000,000 13% Printing & Packaging Various Small-hydro
42. ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston, Inc. / Alexia Foods, Inc.
20,505,100 100% Ag. & Nat. Resources Bonneville Environmental Foundation° Biogas, Biomass, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
43. Hartford Fire Insurance Company
20,206,279 12% Insurance Sterling Planet°, On-site Generation Biomass, Solar
44. Pitney Bowes
18,867,924 16% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
45. General Dynamics Land Systems / Central Office
13,071,624 100% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Constellation° Wind
46. AECOM / Environment Division
12,810,876 100% Consulting Srvcs. Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
47. DaVita Inc. / Central Business Offices
11,500,000 115% Health Care TerraPass° Wind
48. The Dow Chemical Company / Corporate Headquarters
10,512,000 30% Chemical City of Midland Biogas
49. Amerigroup Corporation / Virginia Beach National Support Center
10,028,000 100% Health Care Renewable Choice Energy° Various
50. Altria / Center for Research & Technology Facility
8,307,705 50% Consumer Products Renewable Choice Energy°, Dominion Virgina Power Wind
51. Dow Chemical Adhesive and Function Materials
8,000,000 30% Chemical Element Markets° Wind
52. Medtronic Spine / Pyramid Campus
8,000,000 49% Health Care Renewable Choice Energy° Biomass, Wind
53. State Farm / Austin Operations Center
7,703,191 97% Insurance Austin Energy° Wind
54. AT&T Services, Inc. / Austin, Texas Facilities
7,500,000 13% Technology & Telecom Austin Energy° Wind
55. CA Technologies / Framingham, MA Operations
6,337,617 100% Technology & Telecom Glacial Energy° Wind
56. Allergan
6,099,575 5% Health Care Reliant Energy, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
57. Oracle Corporation / Austin Facility
5,400,000 5% Technology & Telecom NextEra Energy Resources°, Austin Energy° Wind
58. Monsanto Company
5,000,000 9% Chemical 3Degrees° Various
59. IBM Corporation / Austin, TX Facilities
4,354,200 4% Technology & Telecom Austin Energy° Wind
60. Unum
3,472,000 6% Insurance Renewable Choice Energy°, Carbon Solutions Group° Biomass
61. Macy's, Inc. / 26 California and Hawaii Stores
3,423,616 28% Retail On-site Generation Solar
62. Time Warner Cable - Central Texas
3,300,000 11% Media & Publishing Austin Energy° Wind
63. Wells Fargo / Duke Energy Center
3,226,016 13% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Renewable Choice Energy° Various
64. GE Healthcare / Headquarters
2,996,173 7% Health Care We Energies°, On-site Generation Biogas, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
65. Hertz Corporation / Selected U.S. Facilities
2,874,994 9% Automotive On-site Generation Solar
66. Johnson & Johnson / 4 California Facilities
2,705,768 6% Health Care On-site Generation Solar
67. ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston, Inc. / Kennewick Office
2,500,000 100% Ag. & Nat. Resources Bonneville Environmental Foundation° Biogas, Biomass, Small-hydro, Wind
68. 3M / Austin, TX Facilities
2,400,000 29% Consumer Products Austin Energy° Wind
69. General Dynamics Land Systems / Scranton
2,190,307 25% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Hess Energy Marketing° Various
70. Agilent Technologies / Santa Clara Operations
1,676,000 6% Technology & Telecom On-site Generation Solar
71. John Deere Co. / Dallas, TX Parts Depot
1,662,971 100% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Green Mountain Energy Wind
72. Goodrich Corporation / Landing Gear Division, Tullahoma, TN
1,575,000 9% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Tennessee Valley Authority° Biomass, Solar, Wind
73. FedEx Express / Oakland Hub Facility
1,169,035 68% Shipping On-site Generation Solar
74. IBM Corporation / Foster City, CA Facilities
952,000 79% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy° Biomass, Small-hydro, Wind
75. General Dynamics Robotics Systems
932,550 25% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. GDF Suez Energy Resources NA° Various
76. AECOM / San Francisco Office
896,000 100% Consulting Srvcs. 3Degrees° Various
77. Live Nation / Northern California
670,000 100% Recreation Bonneville Environmental Foundation° Various
78. Sheraton Boston Hotel
662,000 5% Hotels & Lodging Native Energy° Wind
79. ConAgra Foods Lamb Weston, Inc. / Eagle Office
510,000 100% Ag. & Nat. Resources Bonneville Environmental Foundation° Biogas, Biomass, Small-hydro, Wind
80. IBM Corporation / Costa Mesa, CA Facilities
358,000 93% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy° Biomass, Small-hydro, Wind
81. Dagoba Organic Chocolate
289,000 100% Food & Beverage City of Ashland/BEF° Biomass, Solar, Wind
82. United Parcel Service (UPS) / 4 CA Facilities
165,000 48% 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 2014 list (PDF) (8 pp., 97K, About PDF)
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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