Already fully powered by renewables, the world’s largest wind turbine maker will turn its focus to areas like transportation and heating.
Vestas, the world’s leading manufacturer of wind turbines, announced plans to become carbon-neutral by 2030 without the use of any offsets, also stating it will lean heavily on its suppliers to shrink their own emissions.
Denmark’s Vestas said Monday it will slash its carbon emissions 55 percent by 2025 — and zero them out entirely by the end of the new decade. Vestas employs 25,000 people worldwide, with factories spread across four continents, including several in Colorado. In addition to manufacturing, Vestas services a 90-gigawatt operating fleet of wind farms for customers around the world.
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Source: GreenTech Media