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United States : T-Mobile is Cleaning Up Wireless, Gets Recognized as an EPA Green Power Partner.

Its all about the green! Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) welcomed T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) to the Green Power Partnership a collective of companies leading the way in renewable energy. T-Mobile is the only major wireless company in the Partnership for its entire U.S. footprint.

And, the clean energy love just keeps growing. Green America the nations leading green economy organization just named T-Mobile the wireless clean energy leader, thanks to the Un-carriers historic 100 percent renewable energy pledge and #CleanUpWireless challenge.

Moving to renewable energy is the right thing to do, and its smart business. Well continue to be a brand that makes our customers proud, said John Legere, president and CEO at T-Mobile. Meanwhile, AT&T just scored a C and Verizon flat-out FLUNKED OUT according to Green Americas clean energy scorecard. Cmon Backward Blue and Reluctant Red theres still time to take my #CleanUpWireless challenge and change this industry for good.

Earlier this year, T-Mobile launched #CleanUpWireless to challenge AT&T and Verizon to clean up their act and join the Un-carrier in committing to 100 percent clean energy. As part of the challenge, T-Mobile is donating $500,000 to a non-profit dedicated to advancing clean energy initiatives and pledged to triple that amount if the Duopoly commits to 100 percent clean energy by June 1. In response, AT&T announced plans to reach 20 percent clean energy a step in the right direction, but not nearly enough.

T-Mobile joins Apple, Google, Microsoft and other tech giants as a Green Power Partner. Together, Green Power Partners use billions of kilowatt-hours of green power annually.

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Date:Mar 10, 2018
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