ahaddon@renewablechoice.com

About Amy Haddon

Amy brings 20 years’ experience in leadership and organizations to her work in sustainability communications for Renewable Choice. She earned her M.Ed. at Colorado State University.
20 02, 2017

Renewable Choice and CDP Partner for Risks & Renewables Webinar

By | February 20th, 2017|News|

Renewable Choice Energy is partnering with CDP on Wednesday, February 22nd for a one-hour webinar on risks & renewables. Join John Powers, Hans Royal, and James Lewis for what you need to know about risks & renewables Organizations worldwide are increasingly turning to clean power to reduce their energy costs, mitigate conventional energy volatility, and [...]

9 02, 2017

Intersections: 5 Ways Renewables Can Address Environmental Racism

By | February 9th, 2017|Corporate Renewables, Intersections|

In our new blog series, we’ll explore how renewable energy has the power to address and alleviate many social and environmental concerns, in addition to its power as a worldwide economic force. In this installment, Amy Haddon examines the intersection of renewable energy and environmental racism: Recent world events have called attention to the social [...]

1 02, 2017

Connecting the Dots: How to Design a Dynamic Clean Energy Strategy

By | February 1st, 2017|connect the dots|

This is the final blog in our “Connect the Dots” series, intended to provide insight into how clean energy solutions connect companies to a variety of business advantages. In today’s installment, we will describe how a multifaceted clean energy strategy sets your organization apart in a competitive industry.  Click here to view all seven “Connect the Dots” blogs, [...]

20 12, 2016

Weighing the Co-Benefits of Renewable PPAs When Selecting a Project for Your Organization

By | December 20th, 2016|PPA|

Author: Amy Haddon shares her expertise in communications and corporate sustainability. Corporate, industrial, and institutional (C&I) buyers are choosing renewable energy power purchase agreements (PPAs) for three primary reasons.  First, current federal subsidies and technology improvements make both wind and solar PPAs financially attractive.  Second, PPAs can help companies manage risks associated with carbon, climate change, [...]

14 12, 2016

Case Study: How One Multinational Company is Addressing its Global Energy Load

By | December 14th, 2016|Case Study|

How does a multinational consumer products company, which has publicly committed to purchasing 100% renewable energy and achieving carbon neutrality by 2020, address its carbon emissions across a variety of geographies? The answer is innovative strategies and cross-functional stakeholder engagement. Achieving carbon neutrality is an ambitious goal that requires addressing both the emissions from company-controlled [...]

1 12, 2016

5 Reasons We Remain Confident in the Strength of the C&I Renewables Market

By | December 1st, 2016|Corporate Renewables, Industry Trends|

Author: Amy Haddon shares her expertise in the renewables market and corporate sustainability. There’s been recent speculation regarding the reason that corporate renewables uptake is slowing down; 2016 power purchase agreement (PPA) commitments are not on pace with 2015 (although announced deals have already surpassed 2014 totals).  The slowdown is almost certainly attributable to the Production [...]

11 11, 2016

How the 2016 Election Results May Impact Renewables

By | November 11th, 2016|News, Policy|

Just days after Donald Trump’s election victory, speculation on what may happen to the rapidly growing renewable energy market has been fierce.  In truth, neither we nor our partners in this space can accurately predict precisely how the new administration will affect this market. The good news is that we do know five key things: [...]

13 10, 2016

How the Role of Regulation in Competitive Electricity Markets Impacts C&I Consumer Choice

By | October 13th, 2016|Corporate Renewables, Electricity|

Author: Amy Haddon shares her expertise in communications and corporate sustainability. The modern electricity grid is a marvel of human ingenuity and engineering.  The grid runs virtually without fail 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  It delivers reliable, relatively low cost, and increasingly clean power to our homes, community & [...]

10 10, 2016

Renewable Choice Celebrates 15 Years as a Leading Market Pioneer

By | October 10th, 2016|News|

Author: Amy Haddon has been with Renewable Choice Energy since 2007, and has been instrumental in the success the company celebrates today. In 2001, the U.S. renewable energy market was still in its infancy.  It was pre-Inconvenient Truth, pre-climate marches, and pre-Paris Agreement.  The price for solar and wind were still exorbitant, out of reach for all [...]

9 09, 2016

Why a Renewable Energy PPA is one of the Most Powerful Tools in Your Sustainability Toolbox

By | September 9th, 2016|Corporate Renewables, PPA|

Author: Amy Haddon shares her expertise in communications and corporate sustainability. If you’ve been paying attention, you know that seismic shifts have been underway in how we’re generating energy worldwide, and how those actions play into international goals around carbon emission reductions.  What you may not know is the important role businesses have played in [...]