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Our Renewable
Energy (RE) Journey

Our commitment to renewable energy use began more than
two decades ago and will culminate by 2040 when we source
100 percent renewable energy to meet all global electricity needs.

1995
  • Toledo, Ohio —
    First RE investment
  • 2.5 MW of landfill
2005
  • First RE project in Mexico
  • 17 MW of hydroelectric
2008
  • Zaragosa, Spain — The largest
    rooftop installation in the world
    at that time
  • 11.7 MW of solar
2010
  • Ohio, Michigan and China — First
    workplace installations of solar
    charging for electric vehicles
  • 20 KW each
2014
  • Orion, Michigan — First onsite
    generation of electricity via
    landfill gas
  • 8 MW
2014
  • Mexico and Joinville, Brazil —
    First RE wind project and first solar
    installation in South America
  • 34 MW and 340 KW, respectively
2015
  • Changwon, Korea —
    First RE project in Asia
  • 11.5 MW
2016
  • Shanghai, China —
    First RE project in China
  • 24 MW
2017
  • St. Catherine’s, Ontario —
    Largest RE project to date in
    Canada and first to use waste
    heat for cogeneration
  • 6.4 MW
2017
  • Ohio and Indiana —
    All operations achieve
    100% RE
  • 200 MW
2018
  • Flint, Michigan —
    First green tariff project
  • 40 MW
2022
  • Springhill, Tennessee — Expected
    completion of green tariff project,
    which will push us to 50 percent
    RE use in the U.S.
  • 100 MW
2030

100 percent
electricity
sourced from
RE in U.S.

2040

100 percent
electricity
sourced from
RE globally