The Home Depot is partnering with DSD Renewables (DSD) to install 13 megawatts (MW) of solar power on the rooftops at 25 store locations in California. This is a part of The Home Depot’s renewable energy goal to produce or procure 100 percent renewable energy equivalent to the electricity needs for all Home Depot facilities by 2030.
Construction is set to start early this year. These panels will generate more than 17 million kilowatt hours (kWh) of clean energy annually and provide direct power to the different store locations.
Currently, the company operates rooftop solar farms on more than 80 stores and electricity-generating fuel cells in more than 200 stores.
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Source: CSR Wire
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