Are you wondering which company achieved 100% and which companies need to walk a long road before achieving the 100% goal?
Below shows the chart for the following companies and their ranking in the clean energy index: –
|Companies||clean energy index||energy transparency||renewable energy commitment & siting policy||Energy efficiency & mitigation||renewable energy deployment & advocacy|
|Amazon.com web services||23%||F||C||D||D|
|Rackspace (the open cloud company)||25%||C||B||B||C|
In my opinion, the image and the clean index rating for Apple are beyond remarkable. The kind of rating they have achieved towards renewable-powered sources presents them as one of the inspiring groups. The performance by eBay is quite shocking with only 10%, which is way below what anybody can expect.
Even Oracle is below 20%, which shows the number quite unsatisfied. Another surprising performance is Amazon web services failing in the Energy transparency category. Oracle is also just with a D rating, which shows that the category is somehow not gaining the right audience from the tech giants. The reasons are quite unknown, why transparency is a problem for them in green energy cases.