“Renewable energy developers are wilting under the economic pressure attending the COVID-19 crisis, but major US clean energy buyers are still keeping the decarbonization movement going. In the latest news on that score, General Motors has just announced a new clean power investment of 500,000 MWh in solar through the Michigan utility DTE, even as it makes a sharp U-turn into the medical supply area. With the new 500,000 MWh commitment, GM will have invested in 800,000 MWh of renewable energy through DTE’s MIGreenPower program. The end goal is to power all of the GM facilities served by DTE in the southeastern part of Michigan with renewable energy by 2023…”

Read More: https://cleantechnica.com/2020/04/20/500000-more-mwh-in-renewable-energy-for-gm-30000-new-ventilators-for-hospitals/