Motivated by a desire to help reduce reliance on fossil fuels and create a healthier environment — while also impressing their customers by being good corporate citizens — some retailers are turning to renewable sources of energy, often called “green power.”
Green power can take many forms, including solar, wind, geothermal, biogas, biomass and low-impact hydroelectric generation. In any form, it is considered cleaner than conventional fossil fuels and generates far less carbon dioxide, the ...
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