Walmart Inks One of The Nation’s Largest Community Solar Agreements with Nexamp

August 9, 2021 Nexamp

Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, has contracted with Nexamp as an anchor tenant to support 129 Megawatts of community solar projects, in one of the biggest deals of its kind. The retailer is subscribing to a share of each of 23 Nexamp solar farms across New York and will receive energy credits, equivalent to approximately 50 Megawatts of the entire portfolio. Walmart has 32 stores, 4 Sam’s Clubs, and one Distribution Center participating in the program across the state.

Sun Belle Announces New Green Initiative at Jessup, Maryland Distribution Center

August 4, 2020 Sun Belle Inc.

“Due to our constant refrigeration demands, we sought a solution that would offset rising utility costs and make a positive environmental impact,” said Janice L. Honigberg, president of Sun Belle Inc.

Can Solar Power Save Massachusetts’ Cranberry Bogs?

September 3, 2019 Chaiel Schaffel, WGBH

A state solar energy incentive program launched last November has a handful of Massachusetts cranberry farmers hoping for a new way to farm their fruit — and stay in the farming business.

Ardent Mills Continues to Make Strides in Commitment to Sustainable Changes

August 21, 2019 Ardent Mills

Ardent Mills, the premier flour-milling and ingredient company, today announced that it has signed a 25-year agreement with US Solar to purchase an expected 1.8 million kWh annually under a subscription plan supporting US Solar’s Goodhue County, Minnesota solar gardens.

Organic Valley Becomes 100 Percent Renewably Powered

August 5, 2019 Organic Valley

Organic Valley announced that construction of three community solar projects totaling 12.67 MWdc is complete, making the cooperative the largest food company in the world to be 100 percent renewably powered. These solar projects are part of the 32 MWdc Butter Solar Portfolio (“Butter Solar”) which is owned and operated by BluEarth Renewables US.