GM and Shell to Offer Renewable Energy Solutions Across the U.S.

General Motors Co. in Detroit and Shell, through its wholly owned subsidiary MP2 Energy (Shell), are collaborating to provide comprehensive energy solutions programs to the automaker’s customers and supply chain partners, including fixed-rate home energy plans backed by 100 percent renewable energy resources.
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General Motors and Shell are working together to offer renewable energy solutions to GM’s customers across the U.S. // Courtesy of GM
General Motors and Shell are working together to offer renewable energy solutions to GM’s customers across the U.S. // Courtesy of GM

General Motors Co. in Detroit and Shell, through its wholly owned subsidiary MP2 Energy (Shell), are collaborating to provide comprehensive energy solutions programs to the automaker’s customers and supply chain partners, including fixed-rate home energy plans backed by 100 percent renewable energy resources.

This program is currently available for eligible owners of Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, and Cadillac vehicles in Texas. Coming this summer, owners of electric vehicles from GM brands will have the opportunity to select home energy plans that include the option for free overnight hours of EV charging.

Going forward, GM and Shell expect to expand the residential and EV offerings across the U.S. marketplace.

The companies will also soon begin providing GM suppliers access to a tailored suite of renewable energy products to assist in setting and achieving their individual emissions-reduction goals. Employees of participating GM suppliers will be eligible for the home energy plans mentioned above.

GM plans to be carbon neutral in global products and operations by 2040 and has committed to science-based targets that align with the most ambitious goals of the Paris Agreement.

“Addressing climate change requires incredible scale,” says Kristen Siemen, chief sustainability officer at General Motors. “At GM, we’re committed to helping bring everybody in on a more sustainable future.”

Shell’s target is to become a net-zero emissions energy business by 2050, in step with society’s progress in achieving the goals of the UN Paris Agreement on climate change. The target includes emissions not only from the energy Shell produces and processes, but also from all the energy products it sells to its customers.

“Shell is working across many sectors to help address greenhouse gas emissions and to serve as a partner for change,” says Glenn Wright, vice president of renewables and energy solutions at Shell.  “We see opportunities amidst the challenges of the energy transition, and we are excited to work with GM to provide options for consumers and businesses focused on their emissions impact.”

Royal Dutch Shell plc, incorporated in England and Wales, has its headquarters in The Hague and is listed on the London, Amsterdam, and New York stock exchanges. Shell companies have operations in more than 70 countries and territories with businesses that include renewable energy projects. For further information, visit www.shell.com.

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