When we use electricity
Timing matters. Electric vehicles (EVs), thermostats, water heaters, batteries, and other technologies are flexible about when they use grid electricity. Even slight demand shifts, done right, can slash emissions greatly.
Where we site wind and solar
Location matters. Building new renewables in places with a relatively dirty electric grid displaces more emissions and generates more bang for the buck from clean energy investments.
Which suppliers we procure from
Choices matter. Emissions intelligence breakthroughs have pinpointed large amounts of surplus lower-emitting capacity, allowing companies to find lower-emissions, same-cost producers far more easily.
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