The Waterbury-based company plans to put 530 solar panels on top of its distribution center in a partnership with
The project is expected to produce electricity equivalent to what it takes to run 16 houses year-round.
Paul Comey, the coffee roaster's vice president of environmental affairs, says the company sometimes draws up to a megawatt of electricity.
The project is getting helped along by a $250,000 grant from the state's Clean Energy Development Fund.
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