June 2002 - The Green Power Market Development Group (GPMDG) announced that four member companies have implemented projects to purchase a total of 15 MW of green power from various sources. The companies are: General Motors Corporation, which is utilizing landfill gas as a green power source and to power boilers; IBM, which is purchasing wind-generated electricity in Minnesota and Texas; Johnson & Johnson, which has installed nearly 350 kW of rooftop solar photovoltaic (PV) systems; and Kinko's, which purchases green power for a total of 80 branches nationwide.
The GPMDG is a commercial and industrial partnership of 10 companies dedicated to building corporate markets for green power. The Group's goal is to create 1,000 MW of new cost-competitive green power for corporate markets by 2010.
News Release - Four Major Companies Announce Green Power Purchases and Projects - No longer online at kinkos.com
News Release - Kinko's Powers Up Renewable Energy Purchases in Oregon - No longer online at kinkos.com
News Release - Kinko's Signs Up for Utah Power's Blue Sky Wind Energy - No longer online at kinkos.com
News Release - Kinko's Expands Colorado Green Power Purchases through Windsource Program - No longer online at kinkos.com
News Release - Kinko's becomes renewable power purchase leader
News Release - Kinko's becomes Utah's largest Blue Sky buyer
GPMDG Contact: Adlai J. Amor (202) 729 7736