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Austin, Texas-headquartered Green Mountain Energy Co., a retail provider of less-polluting electricity to residential and commercial customers in the U.S., will provide renewable energy for several Texas retail and hospitality businesses.

Some of the businesses Green Mountain Energy will provide energy to include FedExKinko's (for 56 of its stores) and ClubCorp (for 27 of its private businesses and clubs), the company says. Additionally, Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion and Hyatt Regency DFW will once again purchase 100% renewable electricity, and John Deere will renew its agreement with Green Mountain Energy for its Dallas-based facility.


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