A solar panel array.

Clean Energy

We are utilizing the latest clean energy technologies to reduce our carbon footprint across the enterprise. This means investing in clean and renewable energy to power our operations and network.

From data centers to theme parks, we are shifting to solar, wind, and other clean sources of electricity to provide our customers more sustainable connectivity and experiences.
Peter Kiriacoulacos
EVP & Chief Procurement Officer, Comcast

Since 2019, we have steadily grown the amount of electricity utilized from carbon-free energy sources. In 2022, Comcast used more than 1.2 million megawatt-hours (MWh) of clean and renewable energy – equivalent to avoiding the emissions from 170,000 homes’ electricity use for a year.

In addition to the zero-carbon energy sources powering portions of our operations and network today, we have a number of projects contracted and in the pipeline that will continue to grow our clean energy portfolio. This pipeline depends on many factors beyond our control, including economic and regulatory conditions, supply chain and labor issues, and investment and innovation to close gaps in available technology and infrastructure.

As we look to the future, we will continue to invest in more clean energy solutions through onsite projects where feasible, as well as new offsite projects to decrease our carbon footprint.

Clean Energy Highlights

California: Universal City Studios in Los Angeles, California features 1.8 megawatts (MW) of onsite solar including 1 MW of rooftop solar on the LEED Gold Barham Soundstages.

A solar farm technician stands in a field of solar panels.

New England: Comcast entered into an agreement to purchase renewable solar electricity from the Gravel Pit Solar project, currently under construction in East Windsor, Connecticut. When it comes online, the project will power nearly half of Comcast Cable and NBCUniversal operations across New England, representing an annual volume of approximately 111,000 MWh.

Texas: Comcast has been purchasing wind energy from the Foard City Wind Farm to power Comcast Cable’s Houston facility and network operations with approximately 90,000 MWh of clean energy annually.

Michigan: Comcast entered into agreements with Consumers Energy and DTE Energy to purchase renewable wind and solar electricity. When the projects come online, they will power half of Comcast Cable's Michigan operations, representing a combined annual volume of approximately 52,000 MWh.

England: Sky has nearly completed construction of Sky Studios Elstree in Borehamwood, England, which features over 160,000 square feet of solar panels on the roofs of buildings, with any additional energy required also coming from a renewable source.

Aerial view of the Sky Studios Elstree complex.
These projects will support the creation of jobs and grow local clean energy economies across the world – all while advancing toward Comcast’s goal of being carbon neutral by 2035.
Sara Cronenwett
SVP, Corporate Strategy and Environmental Sustainability, Comcast