EPA Recognizes FedEx As Leader in Renewable Energy Use
FedEx Kinko’s and the FedEx Express Oakland Hub were today recognized by the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Green Power Partnership program as one of 53 Fortune 500 companies investing in green power.
Nearly a year ago, EPA asked Fortune 500 companies to collectively invest in more than 5 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) of green power – electricity that is generated from environmentally renewable resources, such as wind and solar. Today EPA announced that the program exceeded its goal by 130 percent.
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FedEx Kinko’s ranked on EPA’s Top 10 Retail list with more than 76 million kWh of green power or 32 percent of FedEx Kinko’s total energy consumption. Over 785 FedEx Kinko’s locations in 38 states purchase energy from renewable sources such as wind and solar.
Learn More About FedEx Environmental Programs below:
- FedEx Vehicle Programs
- FedEx Aircraft Fleet Programs
- FedEx Green Power Programs
- FedEx Recycling News Programs
The FedEx Vehicle Fleet News Archive
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