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Green Mountain Announces Business Purchases

August 2006 - Green Mountain Energy Company announced that it is supplying a total of 51 million kWh of renewable energy annually to seven Texas-based businesses. The agreements include:

  • Dallas-based ClubCorp is purchasing renewable energy for 27 of its private business and country clubs as well as public golf clubs in Dallas and Houston.
  • FedEx Kinko's is increasing green power usage for 56 of its stores in Texas.
  • The Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion and Hyatt Regency DFW are renewing their commitments to purchase renewable electricity for 100% of their electricity needs.
  • Austin-based Fired Up, Inc., owner and operator of Johnny Carino's Italian restaurants, is purchasing renewable energy for 28 of its restaurants in Texas.
  • John Deere has renewed its purchase of renewable energy for its distribution facility in Northwest Dallas.
  • Recreational Equipment Inc. (REI) is purchasing renewable energy for four of its Texas stores.
  • Rooms To Go, a national furniture retailer, is purchasing renewable energy for 11 of its stores in the Dallas area.

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