Energy Efficiency, Commercial, Wind - April 11, 2019
CooperVision eyes 100% RE, efficiency advancements
CooperVision, manufacturer of soft contact lenses, has converted its three-area sites to 100% renewable electricity usage. The company began moving to electrical power using RECs two years ago in Rochester.
The company's facilities now completely rely on wind-derived electricity via RECs, a choice made by CooperVision because of wind generation's prominence in statement from CooperVision. "It reflects our commitment to the environment, health, and well-being of our employees and the local community, as well as complementing many of our customers' and partners' sustainability efforts.". "Making the switch to 100% renewable electricity was the right thing to do as we continue to invest in upgrading our facilities," said , environmental, health & safety engineer in a
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