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SC Johnson has signed an agreement with Spartan Renewable Energy that will provide SC Johnson with approximately 31.5 million kWh of electricity from the Harvest Wind Farm. According to SC Johnson, this is enough energy to power 46% of the company's Bay City operations.

"In addition to helping accomplish our global renewable energy goal, this initiative further reduces the company's reliance on coal-fired electricity," says Fisk Johnson, chairman and CEO of SC Johnson. "As a family company, we're committed to exploring innovative technologies that hold the promise of cleaner, more efficient energy. "



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