Nokia pledges to source 100 per cent renewable electricity

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Only 30% of the world's economy is currently digitised, according to Nokia, which is urging public sector leaders to support green digitisation
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Only 30% of the world's economy is currently digitised, according to Nokia, which is urging public sector leaders to support green digitisation

Company joins calls to accelerate deployment of digital technologies in support of climate efforts, as it announces new environmental goals

Nokia has today announced it aims to secure 100 per cent of its purchased electricity from renewable sources by 2025, strengthening its current target to ensure 60 per cent of its power comes from renewables....

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