Walmart announces major renewability initiative

May 2013
Electrical Wholesaling;May2013, Vol. 94 Issue 5, p25
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The article offers information on the renewability initiative of the company Walmart, a multinational retail corporation. It mentions that the company is planning to drive the production of seven billion kilowatt hour of renewable energy globally every year, in its attempt to achieve its goal of being supplied 100 percent energy for its stores by renewable energy by 2020. It informs that company is also installing solar panels as part of its initiative.


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