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. . . whether the U.S. and more governments will focus their nation’s economic priorities on a cleaner energy future and a healthier environment with a carbon tax or cap and trade program seems as bleak as ever. But for how much longer?

If you know of others, help me keep track here of companies incorporating a carbon price into their strategic planning by commenting on this post or emailing me at:   jim@jimpierobon.com.

Based on this week’s report in The New York Times, this year’s carbon pricing report by CDP (formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project) and other sources, this list of 29 mostly U.S.-based companies includes, but is not limited, to:

  1. Ameren
  2. American Electric Power
  3. Apache
  4. BP
  5. Chevron
  6. CMS Energy
  7. ConAgra Foods
  8. ConocoPhillips
  9. Cummins
  10. Delta Air Lines
  11. Delphi Automotive
  12. Devon Energy
  13. Duke Energy
  14. DuPont
  15. Entergy
  16. ExxonMobil
  17. General Electric
  18. Google
  19. Hess
  20. Integrys Energy
  21. Jabil Circuit
  22. Microsoft
  23. PG&E
  24. Shell
  25. Total
  26. Xcel Energy
  27. Wal-Mart
  28. Walt Disney
  29. Wells Fargo

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