America’s hungriest wind and solar power users: big companies

June 21, 2017 | "Demand from big corporations has benefited a host of wind and solar developers including Pattern Energy (PEGI.O), First Solar (FSLR.O) and NextEra Energy (NEE.N). BNB Renewable Energy Holdings LLC, a privately held New York-based developer, said corporations now make up about half its business.  "There is a convergence right now where price is low and their sustainability commitments are high," said Jos Nicholas, a managing partner with BNB...."



Campbell solar installation work under way

May 19, 2017 | "Campbell Soup Company said work has started on installing a 4.4-megawatt solar array at its head office in Camden, New Jersey.  The installation is scheduled to be in operation by autumn 2017 and will generate more than 5m kilowatt hours of electricity annually...."



Campbell Announces New 4.4-Megawatt Solar Array At Its World Headquarters

May 19, 2017 | "At Campbell’s 38-acre World Headquarters campus, 2.7MW will be installed on the rooftops of existing structures and on new solar canopies that will be erected in the parking lots. An additional 1.7MW will be installed on an adjacent 4.5-acre remediated brownfield that BNB purchased specifically for the project, making use of otherwise unusable land and increasing the capacity of the system...."



Campbell announces new solar array at HQ in Camden

May 18, 2017 | “We’re excited to partner once again with BNB and SunPower to add a third solar array to Campbell’s U.S. footprint,” Jim Prunesti, vice president, global engineering, Campbell, said. “This project contributes clean energy to the local grid and demonstrates to our community the viability of renewable energy sources, all while supporting Campbell’s sustainability strategy to deliver long-term value to our business and neighborhoods...."


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Campbell Soup Co. gets greener at its headquarters in Camden

May 18, 2017 | The Camden array will be the third solar project that BNB has developed for Campbell, following the 9.8-megawatt system in Napoleon, Ohio, and a 1-megawatt system at its Pepperidge Farm bakery in Bloomfield, Conn. Both of those projects also use SunPower's high-efficiency solar panels.