Big Sky Resort took to Twitter to announce that the resort now runs on 100% renewable energy.
The resort purchases Renewable Energy Credits that are equivalent to the energy consumption of running their 38 chairlifts.
The transition from non-renewable sources of energy is part of Boyne Resorts‘ ForeverProject.
Big Sky Resort now runs on 100% renewable energy.
As part of the ForeverProject, Big Sky and all of Boyne Resorts have taken a major step towards our goal of net-zero emissions by 2030. Read more on the blog 👉 https://t.co/rbWWEiYPIW pic.twitter.com/Tg8nawV4Tn
— Big Sky Resort (@bigskyresort) February 10, 2021
Big Sky is owned by a parent company called Boyne Resorts. Boyne owns and operates ski areas across the country.
Notable properties include: Big Sky, Loon, Sugarloaf, Brighton, and Sunday River. It’s clear that Big Sky is Boyne’s largest, and most valuable asset amongst their resorts.
Getting the resort to 100% renewable energy is a huge step towards their goal of reaching carbon net-neutrality by 2030.
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