University of Phoenix buys energy credits

Nov. 12, 2008
Credits will equal the electricity used by the school's 26 Phoenix-area buildings

TheUniversity of Phoenix is buying millions of kilowatt-hours worth of renewable-energy credits from a wind farm in Washington state through Salt River Project's EarthWise program. The school will buy 46.5 million kilowatt-hours of renewable-energy credits, which equals the electricity used by its 26 buildings in the Phoenix area in a year, officials say.

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