BERKELEY, Calif. -- Whole Foods Market, Austin, Texas, installed its first 33-kilowatt, solar-powered lighting system in a 30,000-square-foot store here. Solar energy will be the store's primary lighting source. "With the installation of this system, we are furthering our corporate mission to promote clean energy and preserve the environment," said Ron Megahan, president, northern Pacific region, Whole Foods Market, during the dedication this month of the photovoltaic system at the store, ...

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