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Corporate renewable energy purchases taking hold in Michigan

...ogle, Nestlé, Ford Motor Co. and Whirlpool Corp. There also is interest for consumer-oriented retail space when it comes to going green. Ikea has built the state's largest solar array, a 977-kilowatt project, at its Canton Township store. And other retailers, such as Read More...

Whirlpool to install 4 new wind turbines at Ohio manufacturing plants

...mance." ...t the Marion facility are expected to offset Whirlpool's total electric consumption by 19%, eli...nergy as part of its "Wind for Industry" project. Whirlpool is using the same Goldwind 1.5-MW t Read More...

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Ohio businesses push Legislature on clean energy

...Owens Corning, Schneider Electric, United Technologies; and Whirlpool Corp., according to an Oct. 25 news release from the coalition organized by Ceres. The group is calling on the state Legislature to reinstate Ohio's clean energy standards as they debate a series of proposals in the fina Read More...

Whirlpool breaks ground on $3.3M wind project

...te wind energy in the U.S....lpool's Findlay, Ohio, facility, provided by WhirlpoolWhirlpool Corp. has broken ground ... Ohio, facility, provided by WhirlpoolWhirlpool Corp. has broken ground on $3.3 million& Read More...

Whirlpool moves on last leg of $13.5M wind initiative

...s in employees and facilities."...lpool's Findlay, Ohio, facility, provided by WhirlpoolWhirlpool Corp. has  broken g... Ohio, facility, provided by WhirlpoolWhirlpool Corp. has  broken ground on a proje Read More...

Whirlpool expands wind program with 3 new turbines

...pany in the United States, the company said. ... turbines will be the same as those developed for Whirlpool's manufacturing facilities in Findlay, M...sting in on-site wind energy, we're ensuring that Whirlpool Corporation is set up for success now an Read More...

Ohio businesses back 2.2 GW of solar

Large corporations with operations in Ohio—including JPMorgan Chase, Owens Corning, Walmart, and Whirlpool—announced their support for a 2.2-gigawatt solar goal for Ohio by 2030. The companies will offer their corporate logos for use in promoting this goal."The U.S. energy industry is un Read More...

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