Panasonic is a leading consumer electronics company, and a recent company audit has revealed that it could be responsible for about 1% of the world’s carbon emissions through electricity consumption.
That’s an astounding number for one company. But the company has now decided to lead the way towards zero carbon emissions through multiple approaches.
Not only will the company make its devices and operations more energy-efficient, but there will also be a move to open new zero-carbon factories.
An Environmental Leader report had some more numbers to share about the huge undertaking.
Making such calculations that clearly don’t paint a good picture is definitely a step in the right direction towards corporate responsibility and accountability. And tech companies, in general, are in a position to heavily invest in large-scale clean energy projects to lead the way.
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