BMW Mfg. Co. makes the Environmental Protection Agency’s Green Power List thanks to the use of renewable resources at its South Carolina manufacturing facilities. The auto maker, which has an assembly plant in Spartanburg, S.C., was named to a list of top 25 companies operating in the U.S. using “environmentally preferable renewable sources, such as solar, wind or geothermal power,” the EPA says. “Green power currently accounts for about 2% of America’s electricity supply, but voluntary ...

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