Ørsted pledges to decarbonise supply chain by 2040

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Ørsted pledges to decarbonise supply chain by 2040

Many of the technologies needed to decarbonise the renewable energy supply chain already exist, but are not yet cost competitive, CEO argues

Suppliers to renewable energy giant Ørsted are to be asked to set science-based decarbonisation targets and step up efforts to harness renewables to power the manufacturing of components and ships used...

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