3Degrees exists for one simple reason - to make it possible for businesses and their customers to take urgent action on climate change. As a certified B Corporation, we provide renewable energy and emission reduction solutions to global Fortune 500 companies, utilities and other organizations that want to join the fight against climate change. The 3Degrees team has deep expertise in sustainability consulting, environmental markets, renewable energy and carbon project development, and utility renewable energy programs. Together with our customers, 3Degrees helps develop and implement creative solutions that ensure environmental integrity and make good business sense.
Since 2002, 3Degrees has worked with over 400 clients in 60 countries and has been widely recognized for our industry leadership and award-winning programs for clients. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, with offices in Portland, Oregon, Seattle, Washington and Richmond, Virginia. Learn more at 3degreesinc.com.
3Degrees, a specialist in renewable energy, transportation decarbonization, and other climate solutions, is pleased to announce several new leadership roles and the formation of a new group, Customer Solutions and Innovation.
Erin Craig, leader of 3Degrees’ Energy and Climate Practice, is ...
3Degrees has been named the 2019 Best Trading Company in Renewable Energy Certificates (REC) – North America for the sixth year in a row by
3Degrees announced today that it has become an Affiliate of the Energy Web Foundation (EWF), a global non-profit organization focused on accelerating blockchain technology across the energy sector. With this commitment, 3Degrees joins more than 90 other leading companies as Affiliates of EWF and ...
3Degrees will host a panel discussion on the revolutionary ways cities, public transportation agencies and private firms are working towards decarbonizing transportation and building sustainable communities.
Climate initiatives across di...
While many companies seek to make a demonstrable impact on climate change by bringing new renewable energy projects into their electricity supply portfolio, this aspiration has been challenging for companies with smaller or geographically distributed loads whose needs are too small to enable a pr...