Sustainability & Impact

kWh of Electricity Generated

Renewable Energy

Climate change is a consequential reality. We believe the United States must take the lead in transitioning to a clean energy future both in energy production and in energy efficiency, because global climate change is a time-sensitive threat to human health, the environment, population stabilization, and the world economy.

According to the Energy Information Administration, in 2018 US fossil fueled power plants emitted approximately 5.7 billion metric tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. Renewable energy helps address this issue. More than 76.3 million metric tons of CO2 is reduced annually by U.S. solar energy production.  Renewable energy reduces air pollution, eliminates carbon emissions from energy production and is sustainable for future generations. 



We are a leader in the renewable energy transition and work to create a more sustainable future; we are doing our part in building and operating renewable energy power plants across the United States, as the largest private owner and operator of solar power in the country. We provide clean energy, at affordable prices, while serving the greater need of the community to create jobs and contain the damaging impact of carbon and greenhouse-gas emissions for our future. 

Environmental Protection & Conservation

Our operating portfolio includes nearly 2 GW of renewable energy installations. In other words, we’ve generated more than 9.2 Billion kilowatt-hours of electricity equating to more than 6.5 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emission reductions.

To put it in another perspective, in 2019,
sPower has generated enough clean energy to power:

American homes powered for a year
Miles traveled by an electric vehicle

sPower Reports

Spower ESG Brochure

Environmental and
Social Governance

Sustainability Report