Each rooftop solar array will produce between 20 and 30 percent of the total electricity requirements of each retail outlet and/or distribution center.
Combined with the solar energy system installed on the store’s rooftop, the fuel cells will help generate a majority of the store’s onsite energy needs.
Employees worked systematically with vendors to recycle and reuse waste, tracking down – to the pound – how much was being sent to landfills.
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