The Environmental Protection Agency released its list of the top 50 green powered organizations on April 23, and Intel, the computer-chip maker, led the listing of Green Power Partnership organizations voluntarily using clean, renewable electricity from sources such as solar, wind, and low-impact hydropower. Kohl’s and Microsoft followed Intel as top users. The top 50 program partners are using more than 15 kWh of green power annually, each using more than 100 million kWh a year. Intel, which has ranked first on the list since 2008, annually uses more than 2.5 billion kWh of green power, or 88 percent of the company’s nationwide electricity use.