Taiwan Mobile, 26 vendors donate TWD 2 million to Green Power for Charity Project

Friday 3 August 2018 | 07:18 CET | News
Taiwan Mobile has announced that this year marks the fourth year of its Green Energy Initiative "TWM Green Energy Promises a Brighter, More Sustainable Future". The Green Power for Charity Project aims to make available green power and innovation to be jointly launched by a large enterprise together with a social enterprise. The project was further expanded this year and involved 13 mobile phone brand suppliers, 11 3C home appliance suppliers, and Taiwan Mobile's myVideo and momo shopping.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Taiwan Mobile
Countries: Taiwan
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