At the end of July, JPMorgan Chase said that it would source renewable power for all of its worldwide energy needs by the year 2020. The bank also said it would facilitate $200 billion in clean financing through 2025.
"Business must play a leadership role in creating solutions that protect the environment and grow the economy," Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase's chairman and CEO, said at the time.
JPMorgan Chase is the latest in a long list of big financial institutions to make a commitment to renewables.
Other banks have sought to highlight their commitment to the environment by joining the RE100, an initiative made up of some of the planet's biggest businesses, all committed to renewable energy.
Here, CNBC takes a look at 10 banks that have joined the group.