NATICK, Mass. -- BJ's Wholesale Club here is taking a proactive approach to alternative energy generation by hosting a solar-power plant on the roof of its Conshohocken, Pa., location. The alternative energy source went live in late April with 1,400 solar panels mounted flat on the roof. The panels, which measure about 2 feet by 3 feet, will produce almost 60,000 watts of environmentally friendly electricity each year for the next 20 years. The energy produced from the facility on BJ's ...

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