Best Buy Announces Involvement In Texas Solar Project
October 14, 2021 Email This Story Copyright 2010-21 EnergyChoiceMatters.com
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Best Buy has announced that it is partnering in the new Prospero II Solar Project in Andrews County, Texas, along with U.S. Bank and Longroad Energy
Prospero II started producing power in August and will generate approximately 331 megawatt hours of energy per year.
Best Buy said that its portion of the project will offset the carbon impact of 30% of Best Buy stores in the U.S., meaning it will power the equivalent of more than 300 Best Buy stores for 10 years.
As previously reported, Best Buy separately recently signed a 10-year agreement with Constellation to power 57 stores and a 600,000-square-foot distribution center with solar energy sourced from the 140-megawatt Big Star Solar project that is currently in development in Texas.