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'The business case is proven': Niall Dunne on why BT is adopting renewable electricity - News

21 October 2015, 1:00 BST 1 min read

“By joining RE100 we are adding our voice to the many other business voices who are saying, the science is clear, the business case is proven. And by demonstrating that commitment, we have signed up to RE100,” says Niall Dunne, Chief Sustainability Officer at BT, in an exclusive video interview for The Climate Group's digital channel Climate TV.


“RE100 is one of the simplest things businesses and organizations can do to really demonstrate their commitment to the climate agenda,” Niall Dunne noted. “Particularly in proving moving to 100% renewable is a better way to mitigate the risks around your business.”

BT has launched a new campaign with Sir Ben Ainslie called 100% Sport - a global campaign to inspire sports fans to switch to renewable energy. 

BT has set a RE100 goal to be 100% powered by renewable electricity by 2020. Read the case study to find out more about how the company aims to acheive this target.