A group of global companies including Apple, Nike and PepsiCo have launched the Clean Energy Procurement Academy to train supply chain partners in the Asia Pacific, where renewable power is tougher to source.
Over the past five years, big corporations have signed contracts to buy 148 gigawatts of clean energy, with the aim of slashing their Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse gas emissions (the most direct form of carbon dioxide production). Now, a half-dozen of those companies are funding a training program to accelerate the adoption of renewable power in their Asia Pacific supply chains.
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