Electrolux reports plummeting emissions and vows to ramp up product energy efficiency

Cecilia Keating
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The appliance giant intends to source half of its energy mix from renewables by the close of 2020. Credit: Electrolux
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The appliance giant intends to source half of its energy mix from renewables by the close of 2020. Credit: Electrolux

Sweden's Electrolux has today revealed that it has reduced absolute carbon dioxide emissions from its operations by 75 per cent since 2005, speeding past its previous target to halve its emissions by 2020....

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