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The residents of Marion, OH enthusiastically welcomed the wind turbines One Energy installed at their Whirlpool facility. To those interviewed for this article, Wind for Industry was a sign that the jobs created by Whirlpool in their area weren’t going anywhere for a long time. To us, that’s true sustainability.
Today, Whirlpool Corporation announced plans to build wind turbines to help power its Marion and Ottawa plants in Ohio, a $13.5 million total investment that will build upon the company’s 46-year commitment to advances in sustainable manufacturing.
The completion of these projects has the potential to make Whirlpool Corporation one of the largest Fortune 500 consumers of on-site wind energy in the United States. Collectively, the company will be generating enough clean energy to power more than 2,400 average American homes.
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Before others caught on to the unique advantages offered by Wind for Industry, Whirlpool and Ball Corporations in Findlay, OH signed on for the “Findlay Wind Farm” project. Financed and constructed by One Energy in 2015, the project began a lasting business partnership that every party involved would benefit from. (Please note that this article is published behind Toledo Business Journal‘s paywall.)