The Container Store Joins U.S. EPA Green Power Partnership

by Katie Lee

Coppell, Texas — The Container Store, leading specialty retailer of storage and organization solutions and custom closets, has joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Green Power Partnership. The Container Store is using more than 57 million kilowatt-hours (kWh) of green power annually, which is enough green power to meet 100% of the organization’s electricity use. By choosing green power, The Container Store is helping lead the transition to a cleaner energy future.

As part of The Container Store’s commitment and effort, all of its stores, distribution centers and corporate office power is offset by an investment in 100% renewable energy, powered by one of the cleanest power sources: wind.

“The Container Store is passionate about the environment and is fully committed to reducing the overall footprint of our operations,” says Satish Malhotra, president and CEO. “We are proud to join the EPA’s Green Power Partnership. Using green power helps further reduce our organization’s emissions footprint.”

By joining the voluntary green power market, The Container Store and other Green Power Partners are helping to reduce the negative health impacts of air emissions on people and the environment.

According to the U.S. EPA, The Container Store’s green power use is equivalent to the electricity use of more than 5,000 average American homes annually.

The Container Store Group, Inc. is the nation’s leading specialty retailer of storage and organization products and solutions and custom closets — a concept they originated in 1978. For more information, visit

The Green Power Partnership is a partnership program that helps increase green power use among U.S. organizations to advance the American market for green power and development of those sources as a way to reduce air pollution and other environmental impacts associated with electricity use. For more information, visit





SOURCE: The Container Store Group, Inc.

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