SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Wal-Mart Stores said this week it plans to install solar panels on the roofs of up to 60 additional stores in California, boosting its solar portfolio to 130 stores, or approximately 75% of its locations in the state.
"California presents a great opportunity for Wal-Mart to make significant progress toward our sustainability goals by installing solar power to more than 130 store rooftops throughout the state," said Kim Saylors-Laster, vice president, energy.
She said ...
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