General Mills signs wind-power agreement

By Michelle Froese General Mills has taken another step toward its climate goal with the signing of a virtual 15-year power-purchase agreement with Renewable Energy Systems (RES) for 100-MW of its Cactus Flats wind project. The wind project will produce renewable energy credits for General Mills that can be applied toward the company’s greenhouse gas emission reduction goals. During the peak of construction, the project will create about 250 jobs in the clean energy workforce.
In 2015, General Mills set a science-based goal to reduce absolute GHG emissions across its chainby 28%by 2025. Learn more here.
“As we help mitigate the impacts of climate change,

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