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BUSINESS - EDITORIAL

SunPower Solar Systems Announces the Completion of Solar Roof Projects at Eight Stores of Whole Foods Market

SunPower completed the installation of more than 2.6 megawatts solar panels at eight Whole Foods Market roofs across California and Nevada.

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

SunPower Solar Systems Announces the Completion of Solar Roof Projects at Eight Stores of Whole Foods Market

SunPower Solar Systems Announces the Completion of Solar Roof Projects at Eight Stores of Whole Foods Market

BUSINESS - EDITORIAL

by Mehmet Kaplan

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Nowadays, many companies take responsibility to leave a livable environment for future generations. Whole Foods Market also contributes to this process as a conscious company. By this solar roof project, Whole Foods Market both protects nature while reducing its energy costs 25 percent average per store.

SunPower installed Helix® Storage system to Whole Foods Markets in Cupertino, Fremont, Los Altos, Roseville, San Jose, Santa Clara, Santa Rosa, and Reno. A total of 3.9 million kilowatt hours of annual energy production is planned at all locations. The reduction of carbon emissions per year as a result of this project is equivalent to the conversion of 98,000 incandescent lamps to LEDs.

As the first step of this collaboration, SunPower installed and is operating solar projects for Whole Foods Market at eight locations. In addition, a total of 2-megawatt rooftop solar parks are planned to be installed in 11 stores in California, and they are scheduled to begin generating energy in early 2020.

SunPower continues to expand its portfolio with innovations, while companies such as Whole Foods Market are also increasing their solar investment. Each project that enables renewable energy to reach a wider audience is a project for humanity.