Apple to focus on renewable energy in Japan

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Ibiden commits to providing Apple manufacturing with renewable energy Ibiden, a Japanese electronics company, has announced that it will help Apple embrace clean power in Japan. The company has become the first in the country to pledge that it will power all of Apple’s Japanese manufacturing efforts with renewable energy. This marks a significant step forward in Apple’s continued efforts to make use of clean energy in order to become more environmentally friendly and reduce its reliance on fossil-fuels. Apples moves to based its manufacturing in Japan on renewable energy…

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Apple to power Singapore store with solar energy

Apple’s first retail store will be powered by solar energy Apple has announced that it will be opening its first retail store in Singapore. Moreover, this retail store will be powered by solar energy, which has become one of the company’s more favored forms of clean power. To accomplish this, Apple has partnered with Sunseap Group, the largest solar energy provider in Singapore. apple continues to be a leading investor in clean energy, showing strong support for various forms of renewable power, including hydrogen fuel and solar energy. Sunseap Group…

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Apple makes major progress in the renewable energy front

Apple’s US operations are entirely powered by clean energy Large technology companies are becoming more environmentally conscious, embracing renewable energy and making an effort to cut down on the emissions that they are responsible for. Apple is one of the companies that has managed to make the most progress in this regard. The company has been investing quite heavily in clean energy, adopting fuel cells for its data centers and placing focus on solar energy. Apple has published its annual environmental responsibility report, which shows that all of the company’s…

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Solar power plants to be built in China by Apple

Apple Inc. to work with SunPower Corp. to build 40 MW of solar energy projects in Chinese province. The two companies intend to build two solar power projects in Sichuan province, which will result in a total capacity of 40 MW (megawatts) and, once complete, the project will be owned by Apple and SunPower’s project development joint venture, Sichuan Shengtian New Energy Development Co Ltd. The projects are expected to be completed in Q4 2015. It is anticipated that the projects will provide as much as 80 million kWh (kilowatt-hours)…

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Apple wins big with renewable energy

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Apple emerging as a major player in the renewable energy sector Apple has emerged as a strong advocate for renewable energy, especially that of the solar variety. The famed technology company has taken an acute interest in solar energy as a potential way to mitigate emissions and become more environmentally friendly. Last year, Apple’s headquarters received an expansive rooftop solar energy system, and the company has been making use of stationary hydrogen fuel cells to power data centers in North Carolina. The company’s enthusiasm concerning renewable energy seems to be…

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