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Released on October 27, 2014

National Top 100 icon.The National Top 100 list represents the largest green power users within the Green Power Partnership. The combined green power usage of these Top 100 Partners amount to more than 22 billion kilowatt-hours annually, which represents nearly 87 percent of the green power commitments made by all EPA Green Power Partners.

Houston is already known as the energy capital of the world, but we are committed to becoming the alternative energy capital of the world as well. Purchasing green power reduces the environmental impacts of electricity use, decreases the cost of renewable power over time and supports the development of new renewable generation.
- Mayor Annise Parker, City of Houston

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
3,102,050,000 100% Technology & Telecom Sterling Planet°, PNM, On-site Generation Biogas, Biomass, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
2. Kohl's Department Stores
1,536,529,000 105% Retail Nexant°, Sterling Planet°, Renewable Choice Energy°, 3Degrees°, On-site Generation Solar
3. Microsoft Corporation
1,363,216,892 50% Technology & Telecom Sterling Planet°, On-site Generation Biogas, Biomass, Solar, Wind
4. Google Inc.
737,364,727 32% Technology & Telecom NextEra Energy Resources°, On-site Generation, Grand River Dam Authority° Biogas, Solar, Wind
5. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.
650,716,703 3% Retail Gexa Energy, On-site Generation, Bloom Energy°, Duke Energy, WM Renewable Energy, Green Power EMC° Biogas, Solar, Wind
6. 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
7. Apple Inc.
626,315,500 92% Technology & Telecom 3 Phases Renewables°, NC GreenPower°, Constellation, On-site Generation, Silicon Valley Power°, Austin Energy°, Sacramento Municipal Utility District°, Iberdrola Renewables°, 3Degrees°, Pacific Power°, NV Energy, Salt River Project°, Renewable Choice Energy°, Central Electric Cooperative Biogas, Biomass, Geothermal, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
8. City of Houston, TX
623,013,375 50% Govt. (Local, Municipal) Reliant Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
9. U.S. Department of Energy
594,703,934 12% Govt. (Federal) Various, On-site Generation Biomass, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
10. Starbucks Company-Owned Stores
582,520,523 67% Restaurants & Cafes Nexant°, 3Degrees° Wind
11. Unilever
514,825,000 100% Consumer Products Renewable Choice Energy°, 3Degrees° Biomass, Wind
12. District of Columbia
459,000,000 100% Govt. (Local, Municipal) Washington Gas Energy Services° Wind
13. Cisco Systems, Inc.
425,183,599 40% Technology & Telecom 3Degrees°, Austin Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
14. BD
423,110,000 84% Health Care NextEra Energy Resources°, Nebraska Public Power District°, Rocky Mountain Power°, Bloom Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
15. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
400,000,000 12% Govt. (Federal) Renewable Choice Energy Biogas
16. City of Austin, TX
372,344,963 99% Govt. (Local, Municipal) Austin Energy° Wind
17. City of Dallas, TX
359,368,000 50% Govt. (Local, Municipal) Invenergy Wind
18. TD Bank, N.A.
270,866,241 101% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Renewable Choice Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
19. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
247,496,852 103% Govt. (Federal) Sterling Planet°, Pacific Power°, 3Degrees°, On-site Generation, Minnesota Power Biogas, Biomass, Solar, Wind
20. BNY Mellon
229,181,780 80% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. NextEra Energy Resources°, Constellation°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
21. Dell Inc.
228,262,000 48% Technology & Telecom TXU Energy°, Austin Energy°, Oklahoma Gas & Electric, GDF Suez Energy Resources NA°, On-site Generation Biogas, Solar, Wind
22. Montgomery County Clean Energy Buyers Group
223,307,000 40% Govt. (Local, Municipal) Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
23. Lockheed Martin Corporation
215,540,155 13% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Sterling Planet°, Washington Gas Energy Services, On-site Generation, City of Palo Alto Utilities° Biomass, Solar, Wind
24. Bloomberg LP
211,531,000 79% Media & Publishing 3Degrees°, Element Markets° Wind
25. JPMorgan Chase & Co.
210,000,000 12% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. NRG Energy° Wind
26. DHL
209,871,000 100% Shipping JustGreen° Wind
27. Johnson Controls, Inc.
208,384,832 17% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Renewable Choice Energy°, Sterling Planet°, FirstEnergy Solutions°, Other°, Diverse Power°, Cirro Energy°, On-site Generation Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
28. State Street Corporation
205,000,000 116% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Element Markets° Wind
29. University of Pennsylvania
200,183,000 51% Education (Higher) Renewable Choice Energy°, Community Energy° Wind
30. Sprint
176,004,679 6% Technology & Telecom Greenlight Energy°, Renewable Choice Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
31. Pearson
175,000,000 144% Consulting Srvcs. 3Degrees° Geothermal, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
32. Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority
160,874,258 100% Recreation Sterling Planet° Wind
33. State of Illinois
157,873,735 32% Govt. (State) Integrys Energy°, City Water, Light & Power° Wind
34. State of Wisconsin
155,806,657 16% Govt. (State) Wisconsin Public Service, Madison Gas & Electric, Wisconsin Public Power Inc., We Energies° Biogas, Solar, Wind
35. Ahold USA
155,625,467 8% Retail 3Degrees°, On-site Generation Solar
36. Georgetown University
152,370,500 130% Education (Higher) Hess Energy Marketing° Various
37. Deutsche Bank
150,000,000 110% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. 3Degrees° Wind
38. University of Oklahoma
134,898,600 76% Education (Higher) Oklahoma Gas & Electric Wind
39. The Ohio State University
133,631,369 23% Education (Higher) Blue Creek Wind Farm LLC Wind
40. Best Buy
133,333,000 13% Retail 3Degrees° Various
41. NYSE Euronext
126,169,000 123% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Green Mountain Energy° Wind
42. Steelcase Inc.
121,067,000 100% Consumer Products Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
43. The World Bank Group
118,881,000 131% Non-Profit (NGO) Nexant° Wind
44. Washington Real Estate Investment Trust
116,970,368 100% Real Estate Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
45. MetLife / Owner Occupied Office Facilities
116,724,000 102% Insurance Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
46. Carnegie Mellon University
115,637,466 98% Education (Higher) 3Degrees°, NextEra Energy Resources°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
47. EMC Corporation
113,000,000 19% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
48. Boeing / South Carolina
102,410,117 100% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. South Carolina Electric & Gas°, On-site Generation Biomass, Solar
49. Oklahoma State University
100,360,039 71% Education (Higher) Oklahoma Gas & Electric Wind
50. Citi
100,004,314 11% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. NextEra Energy Resources°, Constellation° Wind
51. The WhiteWave Foods Company
97,245,000 64% Food & Beverage Bonneville Environmental Foundation° Wind
52. Northwestern University
96,720,800 38% Education (Higher) 3Degrees°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
53. Drexel University
96,678,000 100% Education (Higher) Community Energy° Solar, Wind
54. Apollo Group, Inc. / University of Phoenix
92,906,000 54% Education (Higher) NextEra Energy Resources° Wind
55. BMO Harris Bank
91,400,000 74% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
56. State of Connecticut
90,050,343 15% Govt. (State) Hess Energy Marketing°, Direct Energy° Various
57. Sony Corporation of America
88,329,414 37% Technology & Telecom Renewable Choice Energy°, Unknown°, 3Degrees°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
58. Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
87,276,000 30% Transportation Champion Energy Services, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
59. Herman Miller Inc.
86,500,000 100% Industrial Goods & Srvcs. Element Markets°, Native Energy°, Wolverine Power Marketing Cooperative Biomass, Wind
60. SAP America
86,000,000 100% Technology & Telecom NextEra Energy Resources° Various
61. University of Utah
85,926,100 28% Education (Higher) 3Degrees°, Rocky Mountain Power°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
62. U.S. Army / Fort Carson
84,162,000 40% Govt. (Federal) Colorado Springs Utilities, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
63. Baxter International Inc.
83,583,000 20% Health Care Constellation° Wind
64. State of Delaware
82,568,010 30% Govt. (State) NRG Business Solutions° Solar, Wind
65. University of Tennessee, Knoxville
80,020,000 32% Education (Higher) Tennessee Valley Authority°, On-site Generation Biogas, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
66. Powdr
80,000,000 107% Recreation Renewable Choice Energy° Wind
67. Capital One
79,870,504 13% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Direct Energy°, Constellation°, Green Mountain Energy, TXU Energy° Wind
68. Keurig Green Mountain, Inc.
78,819,183 100% Food & Beverage Native Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
69. University at Buffalo
78,392,000 36% Education (Higher) Sterling Planet°, On-site Generation Solar
70. Mohawk Fine Papers Inc.
78,000,000 101% Ag. & Nat. Resources Nexant°, Renewable Choice Energy°, Carbon Solutions Group°, Greenlight Energy° Wind
71. Datapipe, Inc
75,189,998 100% Technology & Telecom Noble Americas Energy Solutions° Various
72. Port of Portland
75,070,343 103% Transportation NextEra Energy Resources°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
73. U.S. General Services Administration / Region 2
75,054,806 42% Govt. (Federal) Just Energy°, Hess Energy Marketing Wind
74. SC Johnson & Son, Inc.
74,520,000 43% Consumer Products Spartan Renewable Energy, On-site Generation, We Energies Biogas, Wind
75. Motorola Mobility, Inc.
72,000,000 116% Technology & Telecom Native Energy° Wind
76. Fifth Third Bank
69,589,000 30% Banking & Fin. Srvcs. Greenlight Energy° Wind
77. BMW Manufacturing Co. / Greer, SC Facilities
69,383,477 37% Automotive On-site Generation Biogas
78. University of Wisconsin
68,673,740 15% Education (Higher) Wisconsin Public Service, Madison Gas & Electric, WPPI Energy, We Energies Wind
79. Applied Materials, Inc.
67,421,130 31% Technology & Telecom Silicon Valley Power°, Austin Energy°, On-site Generation Biogas, Solar, Wind
80. Irvine Company Office Properties
66,737,000 19% Real Estate Renewable Choice Energy°, On-site Generation Biomass, Solar, Wind
81. REI
64,594,058 100% Retail 3Degrees°, Green Mountain Energy°, On-site Generation, Exelon Energy, Xcel Energy°, Pepco Energy Services°, Austin Energy°, Fort Collins Utilities°, Alliant Energy°, Connecticut Light & Power°, NSTAR°, We Energies°, Eugene Water & Electric Board°, Baltimore Gas and Electric° Biogas, Biomass, Small-hydro, Solar, Wind
82. Adobe Systems Incorporated
64,008,667 98% Technology & Telecom 3Degrees°, On-site Generation Biogas, Wind
83. The City University of New York
64,000,000 15% Education (Higher) New York Power Authority Wind
84. U.S. General Services Administration / Region 7
63,604,028 51% Govt. (Federal) Gexa Energy°, NRG Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
85. The Estee Lauder Companies Inc. / Operations and Selected Retail Brands
63,367,536 140% Consumer Products Native Energy°, Xcel Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
86. H-E-B Grocery Company
62,014,372 4% Retail Austin Energy°, CPS Energy Wind
87. U.S. General Services Administration / Region 5
61,652,423 20% Govt. (Federal) Orion Renewables Energy Trading Group, LLC°, Constellation°, Nexant°, FirstEnergy Solutions°, Reliant Energy°, Pepco Energy Services°, Phalanx Energy Services° Wind
88. U.S. Department of the Treasury
60,454,100 18% Govt. (Federal) Unknown, Orion Renewables Energy Trading Group, LLC, Xcel Energy°, Constellation, On-site Generation, Hess Energy Marketing Biomass, Solar, Wind
89. American University
56,315,885 113% Education (Higher) Sterling Planet°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
90. Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.
55,418,169 6% Technology & Telecom Sterling Planet°, Austin Energy°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
91. Forest County Potawatomi Community
55,035,000 105% Tribal Nations 3Degrees°, On-site Generation Solar
92. City of Philadelphia, PA
54,690,000 7% Govt. (Local, Municipal) On-site Generation, PPL EnergyPlus° Biogas, Geothermal, Solar, Wind
93. Chicago Park District
54,435,411 50% Govt. (Local, Municipal) Integrys Energy° Various
94. AMD
54,089,000 50% Technology & Telecom Austin Energy° Wind
95. Nokia USA
53,284,535 101% Technology & Telecom 3Degrees°, On-site Generation, Renewable Choice Energy° Biogas, Wind
96. University of Missouri
53,083,000 21% Education (Higher) On-site Generation, NextEra Energy Resources Biomass, Solar, Wind
97. Kaiser Permanente / California, Colorado, Northwest, and Mid-Atlantic Regions
53,061,331 26% Health Care Constellation°, On-site Generation Solar, Wind
98. Reed Elsevier, Inc.
52,000,000 36% Media & Publishing Greenlight Energy° Wind
99. Massachusetts Water Resources Authority
51,154,668 32% Govt. (State) Hess Energy Marketing°, Nexant° Various
100. Appleton Coated LLC
51,154,000 20% Ag. & Nat. Resources OneEnergy Renewables° Wind

*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 Top Partners lists are available here for you to view and print:

October 2014 list (PDF) (12 pp, 276K, About PDF)
April 2014 list (PDF) (9 pp, 148K)
January 2014 list (PDF) (9 pp, 148K)
November 2013 list (PDF) (15 pp, 121K)
July 2013 list (PDF) (9 pp, 347K)
April 2013 list (PDF) (6 pp, 227K)
January 2013 list (PDF) (9 pp, 342K)
2012 lists (PDF) (22 pp, 359K)
2011 lists (PDF) (23 pp, 175K)
2010 lists (PDF) (16 pp, 1.2M)
2009 lists (PDF) (16 pp, 1.2M)
2008 lists (PDF) (10 pp, 209K)
2007 lists (PDF) (12 pp, 397K)
2006 lists (PDF) (10 pp, 511K)
2005 lists (PDF) (8 pp, 226K)
2004 lists (PDF) (2 pp, 151K)

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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