T-Mobile said on Monday that it will move to 100 percent renewable electricity by 2021.
“Power generation there is due to begin at the beginning of 2019, and will supplement the energy T-Mobile receives from the Red Dirt Wind Power Project in Oklahoma.”
It has “finalized a contract for wind power from the Solomon Forks Wind Project in Kansas,” reports CNBC.
From the report: John Legere, T-Mobile’s president and CEO, said moving to renewable energy was the right thing to do and smart business. “We expect to cut T-Mobile’s energy costs by around $100 million in the next 15 years thanks to this move,” he added.
T-Mobile has also joined the RE100, a group of global businesses committed to renewable power. Other members of the RE100 include Apple, Facebook and Google.