“Apple announced on Sunday that it has struck a deal to power all of its Singapore operations with renewable energy, the latest in a series of steps from the company to turn its operations worldwide green,” Valerie Volcovici and Julia Love report for Reuters.
“Starting in January, solar energy developer Sunseap Group will provide Apple with 100 percent renewable electricity from its portfolio of solar energy systems built atop more than 800 buildings in Singapore,” Volcovici and Love report. “The deal will make Apple the first company in Singapore to run exclusively on renewable energy and marks a significant step in its bid to power 100 percent of its facilities and operations worldwide with clean fuel.”
Volcovici and Love report, “Apple also announced that it will open its first store in Singapore, which will be powered by the program.”
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