Kettle Foods Commits to 100% Wind Power

Salem, Oregon [RenewableEnergyAccess.com] To offset 100 percent of its electricity use in the U.S., Kettle Foods is purchasing 8,750,000-kilowatt hours (kWh) of wind renewable energy credits (REC) annually. In partnership with Renewable Choice Energy, a national provider of renewable sources of energy, Kettle Foods joins Whole Foods Market in its commitment to offset the environmental impact of its electricity use with wind power. This purchase is in addition to Kettle Foods’ other uses of renewable energy including generating 130,000 kWh of solar power annually at its Salem, Oregon, headquarters and recycling its used cooking oil into biodiesel.
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