Manufacturing suppliers in India join Apple's clean energy programme
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Manufacturing suppliers in India join Apple's clean energy programme

Technology company Apple has announced that it now has 11 production sites in India run by suppliers who have taken part in its clean energy programme.

Moving towards its target of becoming carbon neutral across its supply chain and products by 2030, the tech giant said another 175 Apple suppliers would shift to adopting renewable energy, bringing in over 9 gigawatts of clean power around the globe.

Apple told the media that these steps would avoid more than 18 million metric tons of CO2e yearly, similar to taking about four million cars off the road every year.

On the new firms joining Apple’s list, Sarah Chandler, Senior Director – Environment and Supply Chain Innovation at Apple, told the media that this means they have pledged to use 100% renewable energy for their Apple manufacturing.

That complete list covers every supplier operating on the final assembly of Apple’s newest products, comprising some sites in India.

In India, these suppliers comprise Avary, CCL Design, Cheng Uei (Foxlink), Jabil, Lingyi Tech, Flex Limited, Wistron, Hon Hai, Pegatron, Sunwoda Electronics and Yuto.

Apple said it has additionally included 10 new projects for its Power For Impact initiative designed to render new renewable power to under-resourced communities while promoting economic growth and social impacts.

While Apple is already carbon neutral across its global operations and has decreased its carbon footprint by more than 40% over the past five years, its goal is to guarantee every Apple device sold would have a net-zero climate influence by 2030. Since this target was declared in 2020, Cupertino has been on an overdrive enhancing the number of its suppliers shifting to renewable energy and growing the amount of recycled material in its products.

They have a very global footprint. They are in more than 20 nations with suppliers who are joining the clean energy programme.

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Technology company Apple has announced that it now has 11 production sites in India run by suppliers who have taken part in its clean energy programme. Moving towards its target of becoming carbon neutral across its supply chain and products by 2030, the tech giant said another 175 Apple suppliers would shift to adopting renewable energy, bringing in over 9 gigawatts of clean power around the globe. Apple told the media that these steps would avoid more than 18 million metric tons of CO2e yearly, similar to taking about four million cars off the road every year. On the new firms joining Apple’s list, Sarah Chandler, Senior Director – Environment and Supply Chain Innovation at Apple, told the media that this means they have pledged to use 100% renewable energy for their Apple manufacturing. That complete list covers every supplier operating on the final assembly of Apple’s newest products, comprising some sites in India. In India, these suppliers comprise Avary, CCL Design, Cheng Uei (Foxlink), Jabil, Lingyi Tech, Flex Limited, Wistron, Hon Hai, Pegatron, Sunwoda Electronics and Yuto. Apple said it has additionally included 10 new projects for its Power For Impact initiative designed to render new renewable power to under-resourced communities while promoting economic growth and social impacts. While Apple is already carbon neutral across its global operations and has decreased its carbon footprint by more than 40% over the past five years, its goal is to guarantee every Apple device sold would have a net-zero climate influence by 2030. Since this target was declared in 2020, Cupertino has been on an overdrive enhancing the number of its suppliers shifting to renewable energy and growing the amount of recycled material in its products. They have a very global footprint. They are in more than 20 nations with suppliers who are joining the clean energy programme. Image Source

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