Wind power works like a charm for General Mills

June 09, 2017

We heard news yesterday that has us after a bowl of Lucky Charms.

General Mills, a Fortune 500 company and American multinational maker of many well-known brands, such as Annie’s, Betty Crocker, Yoplait, Old El Paso, Cheerios and Lucky Charms, signed a 15-year contract for 100 megawatts of Texas wind power capacity. The company’s wind power purchase will help fund the construction of Renewable Energy System’s Cactus Flats wind farm in Concho County, near the heart of Texas.

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