Magenta is going green.

We’ve joined RE100–a global initiative uniting businesses committed to using 100% renewable energy. Our plan? To cover 100% of our business by 2021. But we’re not stopping there. We’re also supporting The Nature Conservancy’s clean energy projects across the U.S.

Our partners

The Nature Conservancy

Our support will help promote a low-carbon, clean energy future across all 50 states.

Red Dirt Wind Farm Powered by Enel Green Power

A 60,000-acre wind farm from which T-Mobile will receive 600 GWh of electrical energy annually.

Solomon Forks Wind Project

A 50,000-acre wind farm capable of generating 474 Megawatts (MW) of electrical energy.

Our path to 100% renewable energy.

Across our headquarters, stores, cell towers, and call centers, we use about 2.3 million megawatt hours (MWh) of energy. So, we will be funding the creation of new clean power to account for every unit of electricity we consume.

Your move, AT&T and Verizon.

Let’s get the other carriers to commit to 100% renewable energy by sending them emails and flooding their Twitter feeds. If they both join, we’ll donate $1M to support clean energy projects.

Just sign the petition below and tweet this page with #CleanUpWireless.

Got questions?

Energy from a source that is not depleted when used.

A group of wind turbines in the same location used to produce clean electricity.

Renewable energy can come in many forms. The most popular ones are wind, solar, and hydroelectric.

A megawatt-hour (MWh) is a unit of measure for electric energy. A MWh is 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh). An MWh is the amount of electricity generated by one megawatt (MW) electric generator operating or producing electricity for one hour.

We use roughly 2.3 MWh to power our stores, headquarters, cell towers, and more. That’s roughly half as much power as the DeLorean needed to leap through time.

RE100 is a collaborative, global initiative uniting more than 100 influential businesses committed to 100% renewable electricity, working to massively increase demand for—and delivery of—renewable energy. Companies joining RE100 are strongly encouraged to set a public goal to source 100% of their global electricity consumption from renewable sources by a specified year. They disclose their electricity data annually, and RE100 reports on their progress.

Together, AT&T and Verizon use about 25 million megawatt hours (MWhs) of energy a year. That’s enough to power 2.6 million homes!

Energy from a source that is not depleted when used.

A group of wind turbines in the same location used to produce clean electricity.

Renewable energy can come in many forms. The most popular ones are wind, solar, and hydroelectric.

A megawatt-hour (MWh) is a unit of measure for electric energy. A MWh is 1,000 kilowatt-hours (kWh). An MWh is the amount of electricity generated by one megawatt (MW) electric generator operating or producing electricity for one hour.

We use roughly 2.3 MWh to power our stores, headquarters, cell towers, and more. That’s roughly half as much power as the DeLorean needed to leap through time.

RE100 is a collaborative, global initiative uniting more than 100 influential businesses committed to 100% renewable electricity, working to massively increase demand for—and delivery of—renewable energy. Companies joining RE100 are strongly encouraged to set a public goal to source 100% of their global electricity consumption from renewable sources by a specified year. They disclose their electricity data annually, and RE100 reports on their progress.

Together, AT&T and Verizon use about 25 million megawatt hours (MWhs) of energy a year. That’s enough to power 2.6 million homes!