A green Apple harvests good PR and energy security in supply chain

Last week, California-based electronics and software company Apple extended the company’s commitment to clean energy with announced plans to install 200 MW of solar generation to achieve carbon-neutrality within its supply chain in China. Furthermore, in the coming years, Apple will partner with ...

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