14 Apr '11, 4pm

Renewable Roundup: Ikea, Google, Time Warner

has announced that it is now using 100 percent renewable energy. Last year, the company invested over $2 million in a rooftop solar array that is expected to produce 70 percent of the power for its Benicia, Calif., manufacturing plant. The remainder of the company’s power is now offset with Green-e certified renewable energy credits, and comes from wind power, Pasta Prima said.

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