In 2019, Baker Hughes committed to reducing its CO2 eq. emissions 50 percent by 2030. Understanding that its electricity consumption globally was a meaningful contributor to its carbon footprint, Baker Hughes asked Energy Edge to evaluate the merits of replacing its traditional grid energy purchases with renewable energy.
Knowing that Baker Hughes’ largest electricity consumption footprint was in Texas, Energy Edge began evaluating the amount of CO2 eq. emission reductions that could be achieved in this market. Energy Edge worked with Baker Hughes to understand which attributes of a renewable energy purchase were “must-haves” and which risks needed to be mitigated.
To learn more about what was important to Baker Hughes and how Energy Edge was able to meet these needs while reducing Baker Hughes’ global carbon footprint by 12 percent, download the full case study from the link below.