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Apple's clean energy drive draws more Asian suppliers

From JDI to LG, over 60 companies sign up for switch to 100% renewables since March

A solar installation by Duke Energy Sustainable Solutions, which powers an Apple supplier. The tech giant aims to achieve carbon neutrality across its supply chain by 2030. (Photo courtesy of Apple)

PALO ALTO, U.S. -- Apple now counts 175 suppliers that have committed to using 100% renewable energy to produce components and assemble for its products, the company announced Wednesday, as the global push for decarbonization sweeps the technology sector.

The U.S. tech giant aims to be carbon neutral across its entire supply chain and products by 2030. In addition to reducing the carbon footprint of its facilities, Apple has been urging business partners to switch to clean energy since 2015.

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