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Sekisui Specialty Chemical announces renewable energy agreement with TXU Energy

By Mary Page Bailey |

Sekisui Specialty Chemical announced a 5-year renewable energy agreement with TXU Energy.  Edge Energy Consulting, LLC provided advisory services to Sekisui throughout the entire procurement process. This is one of several measures Sekisui is taking to improve our company’s balance with natural resources and reduce our carbon footprint. 

Beginning in April 2022, Sekisui’s renewable purchase will be sourced from the Indian Mesa wind farm located in Pecos County, Texas.  With a nameplate capacity of 92 MWs, the Indian Mesa project provides, on average, 210,000 MWhs per year to the Texas electricity grid.

In 2020, Sekisui Specialty Chemical its long-term plan as Vision 2030: an aggressive set of goals centered around ESG supportive innovation, sustainability, and responsible growth. A key metric monitored in SEKISUI’s progress will be renewable energy as a percentage of purchased power. SEKISUI’s partnership with TXU Energy brings the company one step closer to the Vision 2030 goal of using 100% renewable energy.

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