Amazon orders up wave of record-breaking renewables projects

James Murray
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Company says plans for nine new utility scale wind and solar projects make it world's largest purchaser of renewable power

Amazon has today declared that it is on track to source 100 per cent renewable power for its global business by 2025, after announcing plans for nine new utility-scale wind and solar energy projects in...

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