Solar Energy Proves Solid Investment for GM, Other Major Corporations
Solar energy is proving to be a solid canadian pharmacy cialis 20mg investment for major corporations such as Walmart, Ikea and General Motors, finds a new report released by the Solar Energy Industries Association. The second annual report, titled Solar Means Business 2013,
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identifies the top commercial solar projects and ranks the top U.S. brands based on their installation of solar power at their warehouses, stores, and facilities. The top 25 corporate solar users saw a 48 over the counter rx canadian pharmacy viagra equivalent percent increase in solar capacity to 445 megawatts.
“Solar is helping businesses reduce their bottom
lines,” said Rhone Resch, president and canadian online pharmacy viagra CEO of SEIA, a national trade association whose 1,000 member companies research, manufacture, distribute, finance, and build solar projects here in the U.S. and abroad,
during a Google Hangout to promote the report held last Tuesday.
“Like all of our renewable energy projects, harvesting solar makes good business sense because there is a solid business case behind
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these projects,” said Rob Threlkeld, GM’s global manager of renewable energy. “By leveraging third-party providers through Power Purchase Agreements, we are able to obtain lower cost electricity and there is no upfront cost to us.”
Resch hosted the online announcement with
Jim Walker, co-founder of The Climate Group and Director of International Programs & Strategy, and Adam Browning, executive director for Vote Solar. Representatives from GM, Ikea, and Walmart participated, and all answered questions from journalists with Reuters and Solar Power World.
Kim Saylors-Laster from Walmart talked about the company’s 3 million savings in utility expenses since they
installed their first solar-harvesting unit in discountpharmacy-rxstore.com 2007, and Ikea’s Håkan Nordkvist said the company owns all of its solar technology and plans to produce at least as much energy as it consumes by 2020.
GM is heading in a similar “bright” direction. “By 2015, we want to get to 60 megawatts of solar power globally, which will essentially double our output from 2012,” said Threlkeld. At an announcement made just today at Solar Power what is generic viagra International 2013 in Chicago, Illinois, the company likened its global solar footprint to the size of 100 American football fields.
The major takeaway from the discussion was that, should the U.S. government wish to encourage companies to invest in solar energy, they should develop federal policies that pave the way. “Market follows good policy,” said Browning.
Not only does government support of good solar policy matter for how easy
businesses find implementing solar
power, but support from other businesses that have done it can play a crucial role. GM said its membership in SEIA
allows it to have influence on how other businesses harness the power of the sun.
to share our sustainability best practices with wear can i buy viagra other companies because, when it comes to the environment, we’re all in this together,” said Threlkeld. “Being recognized by SEIA ensures we have a forum in which to engage in dialogue with like-minded organizations looking at solar as a viable source of energy.”
Viable, indeed. General Motors also announced today that a 1.8-megawatt rooftop solar array at its Toledo Transmission plant in Ohio would be completed next month. The project, which will generate nearly 3 percent of the plant’s overall electricity consumption, will be the largest rooftop array in Ohio. The energy produced
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will be enough to power 200 homes in the United States.
- Learn more about GM’s commitment to the environment by visiting GMBeyondNow.com.
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