IKEA sees sales of green products soar 58 per cent to over €1bn

James Murray
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Retail giant reveals how it remains on track to invest €1.5bn in renewable energy projects by the end of this year

IKEA this week revealed demand for its greenest products jumped 58 per cent last year to over €1bn as consumers embraced new clean technologies such as LED lighting, solar panels, and water-saving taps....

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