General Motors Commits to Run on 100% Renewables by 2050

General Motors

committed

to power its operations in 59 countries with 100 percent

renewable energy

by 2050.


General Motors

The Detroit-based carmaker, whose total electricity demand for operations was nine terawatt hours last year, said it saves $5 million annually from renewable energy use. Earlier this week, GM revealed that its 2017 Chevy Bolt EV has a range of

238 miles per charge

, outpacing

Tesla’s Model 3

by 10 percent.


General Motors


For a deeper dive:


News:


Independent

,

Detroit News

,

BusinessGreen

,

Green Car Congress

,

Road and Track


,


UPI


,


Michigan Radio


Commentary:


Nexus Media, Jeremy Deaton column


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