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Samsung to use 100% renewable energy in the U.S., China, and Europe by 2020

5 days ago   |   By Android Central

The renewable energy will be used at the company's factories and offices.
On Thursday, June 14, Samsung announced a big change in the way it powers all of its operations. By 2020, the company aims to use 100% renewable energy at factories, offices, and operational facilities throughout the United States, China, and Europe.
While these three regions are Samsung's main focus at the moment, it says it'll "seek to further increase its use of renewable energy around the world." in the medium-to-long term.
By 2030, Samsung says it's on track to increase its use of renewable energy in Korea by...
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Samsung promises to use 100 percent renewable energy in US, Europe, and China by 2020

Samsung promises to use 100 percent renewable energy in US, Europe, and China by 2020

5 days ago   |   By The Verge

Samsung said today that it's going to make its factories and offices in the US, Europe, and China run on 100 percent renewable energy. The announcement comes after a more than year-long Greenpeace campaign advocating for greener practices and protesting the company's role in worsening climate change.
Activists have pointed out that Samsung lags behind rivals when it comes to going green. Apple and Google have both purchased enough renewable energy, such as wind or solar energy, to offset their global energy consumption since April. (It's likely that Samsung will also purchase renewable...
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Samsung 100% renewable energy vow sets two-year deadline

Samsung 100% renewable energy vow sets two-year deadline

5 days ago   |   By SlashGear

Samsung announced an ambitious new environmental pledge today, revealing that it will transition to 100-percent renewable energy in the United States, Europe, and China. This is an expansion of the company's existing renewable energy initiative, expanding it to cover Samsung's total operations in the three aforementioned locations. According to Samsung, the three markets it announced are best equipped with “infrastructure...
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Samsung announces a push for renewable energy

Samsung announces a push for renewable energy

5 days ago   |   By TechCrunch

Samsung has announced that it will use 100 percent renewable energy for all its factories and offices in the U.S., Europe and China. This is the first time Samsung announces a public commitment for renewable energy.
Greenpeace and environmental activists have been calling out Samsung for months as many tech companies have already started switching to renewable energy.
Samsung is starting by the parts of its organization that it can control more easily - its own buildings, factories and offices. According to Greenpeace's press release , 17 of its 38 buildings are based in the U.S., Europe...
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