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IKEA Buys Scottish Wind Farm and Plans 39,000 Solar Panels in UK

IKEA, the world's largest furniture retailer from Sweden, has set a goal to derive all of its energy from renewable sources, and it is now installing 39,000 solar panels on the rooftops of it's stores in the United Kingdom to help achieve that goal.
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