Clean Energy Use Increases

Apple Supplier Clean Energy Program

Apple said Wednesday it has tripled its use of clean energy since 2020, among other benchmarks of progress toward its goal to reach carbon neutrality across its supply chain by 2030.

Apple’s clean energy initiative has gradually gained recognition over the years. While I might have expected other tech companies to follow suit, the pace of change has been slower than anticipated, leaving some observers, including myself, with a sense of unfulfilled potential.

It begs the question: when will other tech giants step up and what will it take for this to become a standard practice across all industries?

via Cult of Mac

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