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Whole Foods Market and NRG to Plan Large Scale Commercial Solar Project Portfolio
NRG will help
“Installing solar at
With one of the largest and most diverse energy portfolios in the country, NRG is uniquely positioned to provide holistic energy solutions that combine renewable energy generation with additional energy services to meet the challenges facing commercial customers. NRG’s sustainability solutions aim to provide measurable financial benefit, demonstrating that clean energy and economic growth are not mutually exclusive goals.
“Whole Foods Market is an ideal match for NRG. Their vision and mission
aligns with NRG’s approach to driving smarter, cleaner energy solutions
while continuing to serve customers, neighbors and the community,” said
NRG develops, finances, owns and operates energy projects, products and
solutions. When executed, the
Founded in 1978 in
NRG is the leading integrated power company in the U.S., built on the
strength of the nation’s largest and most diverse competitive electric
generation portfolio and leading retail electricity platform. A Fortune
200 company, NRG creates value through best in class operations,
reliable and efficient electric generation, and a retail platform
serving residential and commercial businesses. Working with electricity
customers, large and small, we continually innovate, embrace and
implement sustainable solutions for producing and managing energy. We
aim to be pioneers in developing smarter energy choices and delivering
exceptional service as our retail electricity providers serve almost 3
million residential and commercial customers throughout the country.
More information is available at www.nrg.com.
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Solar Means Business 2015: Top U.S. Corporate Solar Users, http://www.seia.org/research-resources/solar-means-business-2015-top-us-corporate-solar-users
Marijke Shugrue, 609-524-5262
Kevin Cole, 609-524-4526
Lindsey Puchyr, 609-524-4527
Whole Foods Market
Blaire Kniffin, 512-542-3483