The company will purchase renewable energy credits to apply toward its carbon emission reduction goals.
“As we help mitigate the impacts of climate change, investing in wind energy is the right thing to do,” said John Church, Executive Vice President of Supply Chain at General Mills. “This investment is another step towards reducing our energy footprint and achieving sustainable emission levels – in line with scientific consensus – by 2050.”
The remaining 50 MW of power was previously purchased by General Motors.
By Editors of Power Engineering