Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum

Multinational utility ENGIE is providing the Smart Energy Decisions’ Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum with clean energy generated from a wind farm to reduce the event’s carbon footprint.

The forum is being held in Florida as from 16 September through the 18th.

The clean energy donated to the event is being generated from ENGIE’s 276MW Solomon Forks Windfarm.

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This is the fourth time ENGIE is donating renewable energy certificates to the event, further illustrating the energy leader’s commitment to promoting sustainable strategies.

The Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum is an invitation-only event designed to help large energy users build and execute renewable energy strategies.

Ken Cowan, Vice President of Solutions Sales and Marketing at ENGIE North America, said, “We are helping our customers drive toward a zero-carbon energy future.  Supplying electricity consumption offsets for this event is a great example of our environmentally responsible energy management solutions. We are proud to demonstrate our ability to provide customers with a wide range of renewable products that support a carbon-free, sustainable future.”

John Failla, Founder and Editorial Director of Smart Energy Decisions, said, “We’re honoured to have the continued backing of ENGIE – a leader in the world’s transformation to a low-carbon energy economy. It’s important that we practice what we preach and ENGIE helps to make that possible with our partnership to drive change in support of the energy transition taking shape in today’s power markets.”