Samsung Electronics promises 100 per cent renewables switch

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Rooftop solar panels on the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology site in Samsung Digital City | credit: Samsung
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Rooftop solar panels on the Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology site in Samsung Digital City | credit: Samsung

South Korean electronics giant aims to source green energy for all its operations in China, Europe, and the US by 2020

Consumer technology giant Samsung Electronics has become the latest firm to join the renewables revolution, announcing today that it will switch to 100 per cent renewable energy for all its factories,...

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