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FedEx Kinko's has announced new renewable energy purchases at more than 100 locations nationwide, increasing its total green power commitment by 67.5 percent to an estimated 40 million kilowatt-hours per...

Guy Brighton
  • 13 january 2006

FedEx Kinko’s has announced new renewable energy purchases at more than 100 locations nationwide, increasing its total green power commitment by 67.5 percent to an estimated 40 million kilowatt-hours per year.

This is the latest in a series of steps Fedex has taken towards supporting energy conservation. In 2004, FedEx Express introduced the FedEx OptiFleet E700, an environmentally-superior delivery truck, into its delivery fleet. The vehicle is cuts emissions by 96 percent over the exiting trucks, and reduces fuel costs by over a third.

FedEx also operates California’s largest corporate solar electric system at its hub at Oakland International Airport.

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