Retail giant IKEA has made progress against its sustainability strategy for the first time, thanks to record clean energy installed.
IKEA has bought a 46 megawatt (MW) wind farm in Canada, another boost to the retail giant’s fast-growing renewables.
IKEA has announced that it will install electric vehicle (EV) charge points in all of its UK stores.
Walmart has more solar capacity than any other U.S. commercial enterprise, again, but just 5 percent of its facilities have arrays, while Ikea checks in at 89 percent.
Ikea is expanding a Boston-area store, so naturally enough that means that a whole lot of new solar panels will be installed.
How mainstream is solar becoming? So mainstream that Ikea is going to sell panels at its United Kingdom stores.
Ikea, assembling a massive renewable energy portfolio step by step, buys a four-turbine, 7.65-megawatt wind farm in Ireland that’s set to begin operating next year.
IKEA, already a retail leader in clean energy, notes that nearly half of its China stores are going solar and will, on average, get 10-15% of their energy needs met.
The Ikea Group has just opened a new Swedish wind farm with seven turbines, which will produce 72GWh of energy per year.
Meet the almost all-wood bike you can order online and build in your living room.
Ikea is closing in on having solar on nearly 90 percent of its U.S. locations. A new 2.6 megawatt Maryland system is the granddaddy of them all.