Retail giant Target has agreed to buy 100 megawatts of output from an wind project in Kansas. Under the agreement, power from the 474-MW Solomon Forks wind farm will help offset the energy used at 150 Target stores in the area. Construction on the wind project is expected to begin and be completed next year. About a year ago, Target announced its first wind deal – to buy 40 MW of capacity from a wind project in Texas to meet the needs of 60 of its stores in the state.
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