Infographic: Starbuck's Greener Stores
Categories: Energy Efficiency, Commercial, Sourcing Renewables
Date Published: 9/19/2018
Primary Topic: Energy Efficiency
"Starbucks Greener Stores" is the company's commitment to designing, building, and operating 10,000 greener stores--including existing stores, new builds, and renovations--globally by 2025.
The new program, announced by the company on Sept. 13, is expected to help Starbucks avoid $50 million in utilities expenses over the next 10 years, building on approximately $30 million saved in annual operating costs over the past 10 years. As part of this new framework, Starbucks will audit all existing company-operated stores in the U.S. and Canada over the next year. Starbuck's framework will be open-sourced to enable other retailers to engage in this initiative.
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