Over 100 global cities that report to CDP get at least 70% of their electricity from renewable sources

CDP, formerly the Carbon Disclosure Project, runs the global disclosure system that enables companies, cities, states and regions to measure and manage their environmental impacts. CDP has the most comprehensive collection of self-reported environmental data in the world. Of the 570 plus global cities reporting to CDP, over 100 now get at least 70% of their electricity from renewable sources such as hydro, geothermal, solar and wind.

Data on renewable energy mix is self-reported via CDP’s questionnaire.  These cities report at least 70% of their electricity is from renewables. Because this is a self-reporting survey, some cities (such as Georgetown, TX) may noy appear on the list.  Cities reporting they are powered by renewable energy are ‘city-wide’, not just municipal use only.   Read on to see the whole list.Below is the full list of renewable energy cities:

Akureyri, Iceland

Alba-Iulia, Romania

Alcaldía de Córdoba, Venezuela

Angra dos Reis, Brazil

Aparecida, Brazil

Aracaju, Brazil

Arendal, Norway

Aspen, CO, USA

Assis, Brazil

Asunción, Paraguay

Auckland , New Zealand

Bærum Kommune, Norway

Bangangté, Cameroon

Basel, Switzerland

Belém, Brazil

Belo Horizonte, Brazil

Birigui, Brazil

Bogotá , Colombia

Bolzano, Italy

Braga, Portugal

Brasília, Brazil

Brotas, Brazil

Brusque, Brazil

Burlington, VT USA

Cabreúva, Brazil

Cajamar, Brazil

Campinas, Brazil

Campos de Goytacazes, Brazil

Canoas, Brazil

Capivari, Brazil

Cascais, Portugal

Caxias do Sul, Brazil

Cerquilho, Brazil

Chorrera, Panama

Curitiba, Brazil

Dar es Salaam, United Republic of Tanzania

Estância Climática de São Bento do Sapucaí, Brazil

Estância Hidromineral de Águas de São Pedro, Brazil

Estância Turística de Guaratinguetá, Brazil

Estância Turística de ITU, Brazil

Eugene, OR, USA

Extrema, Brazil

Fafe, Portugal

Fernandópolis, Brazil

Florianópolis, Brazil

Foumban, Cameroon

Gladsaxe Kommune, Denmark

Goiânia, Brazil

Harare, Zimbabwe

Hobart, Australia

Ibagué, Colombia

Inje , South Korea

Jaboatão dos Guararapes, Brazil

Kapiti Coast , New Zealand

Kisumu, Kenya

Lausanne, Switzerland

León de los Aldamas, Mexico

Limeira, Brazil

Lorena, Brazil

Maceió, Brazil

Mairiporã, Brazil

Medellín, Colombia

Moita, Portugal

Montes Claros, Brazil

Montreal, Canada

Nairobi, Kenya

Nakuru, Kenya

Niterói, Brazil

North Vancouver, Canada

Nova Odessa, Brazil

Nyon, Switzerland

Oristano, Italy

Oslo, Norway

Palmas, Brazil

Porto, Portugal

Prince George, BC, Canada

Quelimane, Mozambique

Quito, Ecuador

Reykjavík, Iceland

Salvador, Brazil

Santiago de Cali, Colombia

Santos, Brazil

São Caetano, Brazil

São Gonçalo, Brazil

São João da Boa Vista, Brazil

São José do Rio Preto, Brazil

São José dos Campos, Brazil

Seattle, WA, USA

Stadt Zürich, Switzerland

Stockholm, Sweden

Tatuí, Brazil

Temuco, Chile

Uberlândia, Brazil

Vancouver, Canada

Vinhedo, Brazil

Vitória, Brazil

Wellington, New Zealand

Winnipeg, Canada

This above list is from data from cities disclosing to CDP in 2015, 2016 and 2017. 314 cities in 2015 increasing to 533 in 2016 and increasing again to 570 in 2017.

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