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Walmart Uses Innovative Thin Film Solar Technology to Increase Renewable Energy Use

solar-panels walmart Thin film is lighter and has a smaller environmental impact than traditional solar panels On September 20, 2010 Walmart announced that it would expand its renewable energy efforts through lighter, lower cost thin film solar technology.

Walmart solicits grant applications from California nonprofits

grant-applications The Walmart Foundation’s California State Giving Program is now accepting grant applications from non-profit organizations across the state. The minimum award for each grant is $25,000. “As the economic crisis continues to impact communities, the California State Giving Program is focused on funding much-needed community programs, especially those that address hunger, homelessness, education, job training and other basic needs,” said Kim Sentovich, Senior Vice President of the Pacific Division for Walmart.

Wal-Mart grant funds more Green Jobs in LB

(L to R) Bryan Rogers, Executive Director of Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network, Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster, Kim Sentovich, Vice President and Regional General Manager, Walmart Stores, Inc., and Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network directors. (L to R) Bryan Rogers, Executive Director of Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network, Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster, Kim Sentovich, Vice President and Regional General Manager, Walmart Stores, Inc., and Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Network directors.

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