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Wal-Mart’s solar store plans hot up

Wal-Mart has completed the installation of a 546kW solar power system that will provide just over a quarter of the electricity for its Sam’s Club store in Glendora, California.

The installation is made up of 3,122 modules and was done by BP Solar, which is aiming to develop 4.3MW of solar energy systems for seven Wal-Mart stores and Sam’s Clubs in California.

The three remaining stores will be fitted out with their solar panels by the end of 2008.

David Ozment, director of energy for Wal-Mart, said:

“This project is bringing us one step closer towards our goal of being supplied 100 percent by renewable energy.”

More here.

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