Apple is establishing a US$300 million fund with ten of its suppliers to deploy around 1GW of renewable energy capacity in the country.
Just a few days after Google announced that it had officially hit its 100% renewable energy goal, rival tech giant Apple has now made the same claim.
NV Energy has requested approval from the Public Utilities Commission of Nevada for three long-term PPA’s in Nevada totalling 100MW.
Technology conglomerate Apple Inc. has issued its second green bond valued at US$1 billion, in the wake of president Trump withdrawing the US from the Paris climate agreement.
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Nevada’s de facto monopoly utility is partnering with tech giant Apple on 200MW of solar in Nevada by 2019.
A coalition of finance experts spoke to PV Tech and revealed ways the industry can work to make the technology more widespread to those all-important conglomerate companies.
Apple has unveiled a new 50MW solar plant in Florence, Arizona, in collaboration with local utility Salt River project.
Tech conglomerate Apple has committed to go 100% renewable with its international operations as part of joining the global renewable energy initiative RE100.
Apple plans to sell excess electricity generated by solar panels on the roof of its new Cupertino, California HQ in efforts to trade on the energy market.
Equipment manufacturer Foxconn has acquired a 66% stake in Sharp at a reduced price, with the two parties set to hold a press conference this Saturday, 2 April.
Just hours after Taiwanese electronics maker Foxconn looked poised to buy a majority stake in Japan’s Sharp, the deal has been delayed, according to various reports.
Tech giant Apple has said that solar and energy storage projects will be among the priorities for expenditure under its inaugural green bond, which the company issued earlier in the week to the tune of US$1.5 billion.
The PV industry has notched up another year of strong growth in 2015, with more in prospect for 2016. The PV Tech team looks back at the big stories that have defined the past 12 months in solar.
US PV provider SunPower is to build 170MW of projects in China for two investors, one of which is reportedly the tech giant Apple.