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Dell Increased use of renewable energy to 26 percent


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Dell, in an attempt to reduce carbon emissions, has increased its renewable energy sources by 20 percent compared with last year. The PC manufacturer has recently made deals with some public service providers SWALEC, Scottish Power Energy Retail, EVH, Mainova, and Hafslund Energi Telge in several countries including United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden and Norway. At this time, Dell nine plants are receiving 100 percent of power from renewable energy.

Well, this is a great initiative taken by Dell to reduce its emissions of greenhouse gases from factories. Dell wants to cut emissions by 40 per cent of its facilities in 2015. Greenhouse effect has become a major threat to the survival of human beings in the long term. Therefore, Dell's other big companies should follow to keep carbon in check.

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