America’s technology corporate giants have led the corporate renewables procurement trend, but two of the biggest names in tech just reached a new mark: Apple and Google are now both 100% powered by renewable energy.
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Apple issues $1 billion green bond after Trump’s Paris climate exit
Apple Inc. offered a $1 billion bond dedicated to financing clean energy and environmental projects on Tuesday, the first corporate green bond offered since President Donald Trump withdrew the United States from the Paris climate agreement.
A look at Apple’s insanely ambitious tree-planting plans for its new spaceship campus
While construction crews work furiously to finish Apple’s mammoth new headquarters in Cupertino this year, another critical piece of the campus’ design is taking shape 100 miles to the east.
Apple to Power 100% of Singapore Operations With Solar Energy
Apple’s operations in Singapore will be completely solar powered by January 2016. Solar energy developer Sunseap Group announced that it will partner with Apple to supply all of its energy needs from solar systems atop more than 800 buildings in Singapore.
The Conservation Fund partners with Apple
The Conservation Fund announced that it is partnering with Apple to help protect working forests in the United States. The Apple initiative will conserve more than 36,000 acres of working forestland in Maine and North Carolina, ensuring these forests stay forests and any timber on the land is harvested sustainably.
Apple to build $2 billion green data center at failed GTAT sapphire plant
The Arizona facilities associated with Apple’s failed partnership with GT Advanced Technologies will be transformed into a new “global command” data center for the company employing 150 people full-time, thanks to a major $2 billion investment from the iPhone maker.
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