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Intel Increases Green Power Commitment

January 2010 - Intel expanded its annual green power usage by 10 percent, from approximately 1.3 billion kWh to more than 1.43 billion kWh in 2010, retaining its position as the largest purchaser of green power in EPA's Green Power Partnership. Intel's green power purchase will be Green-e certified.

The company also plans to develop eight new solar installations with a total capacity of approximately 2.5 megawatts (MW). The largest installation is planned as a 1 MW solar field in Folsom, California. The remaining installations will be rooftop installations on Intel's facilities.

News Release - Intel Plans Eight New Solar Installations in Four States

News Release - Green Power Usage Edged Higher in 2009 among EPA Partners

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