Posts Tagged ‘Colorado’

Spreading solar across the states

Wells Fargo, Grid Alternatives, and Habitat for Humanity have struck an accord once again, delivering clean, affordable energy to people who need it most. Many of you have been following the work we’ve done together with Grid Alternatives, an Oakland…

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Rebuilding Together, take 2

April 28th marked Rebuilding Together Day Rebuilding Together is an incredible nonprofit that provides critical home repairs, safety modifications, and improvements like energy efficiency work for low-income homeowners throughout the U.S. The organization rebuilds homes at no cost to the…

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An 8th Annual Clean-Tech Investor Summit summary

If you weren’t one of the 500+ that attended the Clean-Tech Investor Summit put on by the International Business Forum, Clean Edge, and Technology Partners, fear not! I will provide a quick recap of the two-day, power-packed summit. Basically, this…

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Foresting for the future

Wells Fargo knows trees help make our planet greener and healthier—not just for us now but for generations to come. That’s why we’re putting down roots across the nation! In partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation, a non-profit conservation and…

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Adding more eco art to our budding collection

Because we have so many teams doing great work, this July we decided to add a second piece to our budding eco art collection! Our latest piece was again commissioned through WEAD (Women’s Environmental Artists Directory) and was designed by…

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Behind the scenes of paper reduction

As you may have heard, we here at Wells Fargo are doing our best to encourage our customers to switch to paper-free products, like our Envelope-FreeSM ATMs and online banking options. What you might not have heard is that we’re…

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Solar is heating up

Did you know that the earth receives enough energy from the sun in one hour to meet our energy needs for an entire year? This is free, abundant energy that we can readily access. Now imagine if we could harness…

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