Houston-area Papa John's Franchisee Selects Texas Retail Provider For Renewable Energy Supply Agreement
September 27, 2017 Email This Story Copyright 2010-17 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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Houston Pizza Venture, one of the largest Papa John's franchisees in the country, has entered into a nine-year agreement with TXU Energy to receive a mix of solar and wind power.
The nine-year agreement, which includes both solar and wind, will begin in April 2018 at the culmination of the company's current 100-percent wind contract.
Beginning in 2018, solar power from the new Luminant Upton 2 Solar Power Plant in West Texas will make up nearly a quarter of the restaurant company's renewable energy mix.
Houston Pizza Venture operates more than 85 stores, which include Papa John's, Genghis Grill, Firehouse Subs, and Sure Fire Tacos and Tortilla Grill locations.
Energy Edge Consulting advised Houston Pizza Ventures on the transaction.