Are Wal-Mart’s distribution centers actually shifting to wind and solar energy?



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    It definitely seems that Wal-Mart is trying to shift towards solar power – although I haven’t heard as much about wind. It’s going to take a little while for this to be implemented wide-scale, but they’ve gotten the ball rolling by installing solar panels on 30 different stores in California and Arizona according to an article from September.

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    Walmart’s recently opened distribution center in Balzac, Alberta, Canada, is powered by two 30-kilowatt wind turbines and 16 solar panels. This is enough wind energy to power forty average Canadian homes and enough solar energy to heat twenty 40-gallon tanks of water. It also contains other eco-friendly innovations such as LED lighting, an ammonia-cooled refrigeration system, and energy-efficient dock doors and doorways.

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