Enel Green Power Signs 12-Year Virtual Power Purchase Agreement with Gap Inc.

Enel Green Power Signs 12-Year Virtual Power Purchase Agreement with Gap Inc.

Global apparel company Gap Inc. recently announced that it signed a 90 Megawatt (MW) virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) for the Aurora Wind Project with Enel Green Power North America, marking one of the largest offsite renewable energy contracts by an apparel retailer.

Starbucks Stores Reach 100% Renewable Energy in Illinois

Starbucks Stores Reach 100% Renewable Energy in Illinois

Starbucks says the company reached a milestone in Illinois this week: More than 340 stores there are now powered entirely by wind power generated in the state. When it opens later this year, the Starbucks Chicago Roastery will also run on wind power, according to … Read more…

Current and IMS Evolve Join Forces for Food Retail Energy Savings

Current and IMS Evolve Join Forces for Food Retail Energy Savings

Current, powered by GE, and the industrial internet of things company IMS Evolve formed a strategic partnership this week to offer energy-saving IoT solutions to the food retail sector.

Target Saves Millions Switching Stores to LED Fixtures

Target Saves Millions Switching Stores to LED Fixtures

Target Corporation has replaced old fluorescent ceiling light fixtures with more than 2 million LED fixtures in nearly all stores across the United States. The retailer says this switch over the past several years saved the company millions of dollars and reduced energy usage.

Target Ramps Up Emission Reduction Targets, Sustainability Initiatives

Target Ramps Up Emission Reduction Targets, Sustainability Initiatives

Target has recently announced a new set of goals that will help the company accomplish two things. First, they’ll build on the previous goals the company set back in 2017—increasing their impact. And second, they’ll lay out a new reduction target for the retailer’s entire supply chain, where 96% … Read more…

Marks & Spencer Uses Aerofoil Tech to Cut Energy Use as Much as 30%

Marks & Spencer Uses Aerofoil Tech to Cut Energy Use as Much as 30%

UK retailer Marks & Spencer will reduce energy use and costs related to its open-fronted refrigerators with a roll-out of technology from Aerofoil Energy Ltd. The retailer could save up to 30% on refrigeration costs, based on results from existing Aerofoil customers. In addition to … Read more…

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