Innovations in Solar: Top Retailers Using Solar Power

Innovations in Solar: Top Retailers Using Solar Power

Top retailers investing in solar are leading the way to cleaner energy. Corporations are recognizing that going solar is a common-sense business decision. Solar not only benefits the environment but it also helps the company’s save money.

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Walmart has 371 solar installations with 145 megawatts of solar energy capacity.

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Target has 422 solar installations with more than 200 megawatts of solar energy capacity.

Costco has 85 solar installations with 51 megawatts of solar energy capacity

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IKEA has 46 solar installations with 45 megawatts of solar capacity. About 90% of stores have solar energy installations.

Source: EPA

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