How Apple is moving its supply chain toward clean energy

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Apple aims to create a closed loop supply chain for its products
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Apple aims to create a closed loop supply chain for its products

Apple is helping partners around the world reduce their energy use and build high-quality renewable energy projects

Two years ago, Apple embarked on an ambitious plan to help its biggest suppliers switch to clean power sources. As of early June, the tech giant has managed to get eight partners on board. One, iPhone...

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