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Sony Is Going To Source Only Green Energy By 2040

By Marissa Higgins

As environmental concerns grow, more companies are taking a stand and leading a path towards a greener planet. For example, many corporations are joining the REI100 initiative, where the pledge to use only renewable energy. These are big names, including Aeon and Apple. Another big company making a green pledge is none other than Sony.

Sony just announced that the pledge to use exclusively renewable energy by 2040. Given that more investors and consumers are concerned with the environment, they're making a big change. As of right now, they source about seven percent of their energy from green sources.

How will they achieve this goal? Installing solar panels on top of production facilities and buying green-certified power are two major plans. The idea is that these sources will power their 111 business sites, located around the globe. This means that green energy will power their moviemaking, as well as making their electronics, like televisions and cameras.