Whirlpool adding wind turbines at Greenville plant

Whirlpool Corp. is adding to its on-site wind energy power already in use at its manufacturing facilities in Marion, Findlay, and Ottawa (see our November 16, 2016 blog post for more), with the announcement that the company will build three new turbines at its Greenville plant, the Dayton Daily News reports. The Greenville turbines “will generate more than 12 million kilowatt hours annually to offset approximately 70 percent of the plant’s electricity consumption,” the article reports. Additionally, Whirlpool said the wind farms will make the company “one of the largest users of on-site wind energy of any Fortune 500 company in the United States.” For more, read the full article

Manufacturing, Logistics & Transp., Renewable Energy, Wind