ERE member Best Buy announced a goal to help consumers reduce their carbon emissions by 20 percent and save $5 billion on utility costs by 2030, while it works to decrease its own emissions 75 percent** over the same period.

“Best Buy exists to help people enrich their lives through technology, which certainly embraces ecofriendly options that benefit our customers and planet,” said Best Buy Director of Environmental Sustainability & Compliance Alexis Ludwig-Vogen. “We believe a combination of eco-friendly products and services, along with continued improvements in our own operations, can produce measurable results for everyone.”

Learn more from the Best Buy press release.