Apple helps promote clean energy all around the world

Apple’s goal to become completely carbon neutral by 2030 has been met with some raised eyebrows. To announce the company’s commitment to the goal, Apple essentially eradicated the free charger from its new iPhone boxes. Though creating a smaller box does reduce waste, not everyone agreed with the decision. Apple is continuing its green goal today but with arguably more agreeable initiatives.

In the Philippines, Apple is funding a new installation which will provide electricity to high achieving, under-served students in Bataan. The Jose Rizal Institute Orion Solar Rooftop Project will install 100KW solar panels across the building’s rooftop. The installation will reduce electricity costs for the program.

Apple will also have similar projects in Thailand and Vietnam. In Thailand, the company will help power 100 households with solar energy in Koh Jik Villange. In Vietnam, Apple is installing a nationwide system of solar panels to provide electricity to educational institutions in the country.

Elsewhere, Apple has convinced more of its suppliers around the world to go green by using renewable energy and recycled materials. Around 175 suppliers will transition to renewable energy and will deliver more than 9 gigawatts of energy around the world.

These are just some examples of the initiatives that Apple has started worldwide. The company is currently focusing on countries most impacted by climate change. Ultimately, everything is to help the company become carbon neutral by 2030.

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