Nike, Inc. has made an RE100 commitment to source 100% of its electricity from renewable sources of energy by 2025.

Nike already sources renewable energy through on-site generation at some of its largest facilities including the company’s European Logistics Campus in Belgium and the China Logistics Center in Taicang.

The company also recognizes that its impacts go beyond its own operations, and for more than a decade Nike has worked to address energy use in areas outside of its direct control, including contracted factories. Nike proactively supports and encourages its contracted factories’ use of clean-energy solutions, and it has invested in efforts to identify future local clean energy supply opportunities for its contract factories.

Hannah Jones, Chief Sustainability Officer & VP, Innovation Accelerator, Nike said: "Like many other companies, we recognize that climate change presents new challenges to business and also offers new opportunities to build resilience in our supply chain, reduce costs and innovate new operating models. We know that this work often depends on solving problems that are much larger than any individual company can tackle on its own. Collaborating with other organizations and joining initiatives like RE100 can only help to accelerate our collective goal of reaching a clean energy future."

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