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S&C Electric Co. has announced that it is now purchasing 40 million kWh of electricity each year exclusively generated from renewable energy sources for its Chicago campus. The campus is S&C's largest facility and includes the company's global headquarters and a majority of its engineering and manufacturing operations.

"S&C's purchase of 100 percent renewable energy for our Chicago operations marks another step in our work to help communities worldwide transition to greener energy supplies," says S&C's Dan Girard. "We are not only developing solutions that make it practical to connect green energy sources to the grid, we are also working to set an example through our own business practices."



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