Virgin Media dials up 100 per cent renewables goal

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All Virgin Media sites are now running on 100 per cent renewable power / Credit: Virgin Media
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All Virgin Media sites are now running on 100 per cent renewable power / Credit: Virgin Media

Media giant signs up to RE100 initiative, after confirming it sourced 100 per cent renewable power in the UK and Ireland last year

Virgin Media has become the latest high profile company to join the fast-growing RE100 initiative, confirming it sourced 100 per cent renewable power for its UK and Ireland operations last year. The...

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