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Apple tops Greenpeace clean energy report

Wednesday 11 January 2017 | 11:02 CET | News
Apple is still the greenest tech company in the world, according to the Greenpeace Clicking Clean 2017 report looking at renewable energy. Both Apple (83% index score) and Google (56%) continue to lead the sector in matching their growth with an equivalent or larger supply of renewable energy, and both companies continue to use their influence to push governments as well as their utility and IT sector vendors to increase access to renewable energy for their operations. Facebook (67%) also did well.

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Countries: World
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