So far, fifteen Whole Foods stores get their power partly from on-site solar power. The company is also experimenting with other technologies such as wind turbines and waste energy. The San Jose store now gets 90% of its energy from a hydrogen fuel cell.
For the stores that don’t use renewable energy, the company purchases energy credits to offset 100% of its electricity use and it plans to reduce its energy use 25% by 2015.
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