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Whole Foods Buys Wind

November 2003 - Whole Foods Market, Inc. announced that it is purchasing wind energy for 10% of the electricity used at all of its Mid-Atlantic stores. Under an agreement with Community Energy, the company will purchase 6 million kWh annually of Green-e certified wind energy certificates supplied from the 66-MW Mountaineer Wind Energy Center in West Virginia. The initiative was implemented through a unanimous vote by team leaders representing the company's 24 Mid-Atlantic stores.

News Release - Whole Foods Market Strengthens its Commitment to the Environment With the Purchase of Wind Energy

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