STMicroelectronics targets 50% renewable energy at Morocco plant by 2022

Monday 26 July 2021 | 16:02 CET | News
STMicroelectronics announced that its Bouskoura site in Morocco will procure 50 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2022 compared to 1 percent in 2020 as part of its action plan to achieve carbon-neutrality by 2027. STMicroelectronics has been present in Bouskoura for over twenty years with a back-end plant which employs 2,800 people.

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Companies: STMicroelectronics
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