Starbucks and top-tier U.S. solar developer Cypress Creek on Monday unveiled a partnership on eight Texas solar projects that will provide energy to 360 Starbucks stores across the state.

In total, the coffee company’s offtake accounts for 70 megawatts from eight Cypress Creek-owned projects. A division of U.S. Bank, the U.S. Bancorp Community Development Corporation, helped facilitate the deal and provided some tax equity for the projects. The bank previously worked with Starbucks on a 47-megawatt North Carolina solar project to power 600 stores.

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