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Apple wants producers to make their production cleaner

Apple has already worked out a green image by recycling their old models. Now the production of manufacturers of the devices are also to proceed with fully renewable energies.

Now producers are also being put under pressure; Image: Apple

Apple now also relies on the responsibility of their partners, including TSMC, so that the production of the devices is also CO2-neutral. This affects over 200 partners of Apple, who are now to invest in solar and wind energy, among other things.

The companies are audited annually to see how much CO2 they emitted while producing the devices. Since 2020, Apple has already been CO2-neutral in terms of its corporate activities. Production was apparently exempt from this until now. Now Apple wants to change this and wants its partners to invest in wind and solar energy on a large scale.

Apple itself is going the extra mile and is building more renewable power plants so that all Apple devices can be charged from them. These plants are to produce 3,000 gigawatt hours annually by 2030.


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