Amazon snaps up 5.6GW of wind and solar in latest power purchase blitz

Cecilia Keating
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Solar panels on an Amazon fulfilment centre | Credit: Amazon
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Solar panels on an Amazon fulfilment centre | Credit: Amazon

Latest flurry of power purchase agreements across US and Europe brings Amazon's total procured renewables capacity to 12GW worldwide

Amazon has snapped up another 5.6GW of renewable energy from a raft of wind and solar projects across Europe and North America in order to power its offices, data centres and warehouses, with the online...

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