According to Bloomberg News, Apple works with Taiwan's Wanjiaxiang Sauce Park Co., Ltd. to jointly develop roof panels to further increase the use of renewable energy. Wanjiaxiang Sauce Park Manager Tony
Chung told Bloomberg that its 50,000-square-foot soy sauce in Pingtung County, south of Taiwan, will install rooftop solar panels. The project will be launched before the end of this year.
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The cooperation between the two parties was first revealed by the US-based Resource Solutions Center (CRS). The center said it is partnering with Apple to validate and certify its renewable energy projects in Singapore and Taiwan.
It is reported that Apple's collaboration with Wanjiaxiang Sauce Park is also part of the collaboration with CRS. Under the partnership agreement, Apple will extend CRS's Green e-certification program to the Asian market, beginning with Apple's pilot energy program in Singapore and Taiwan.
Apple said in April last year that its global facilities, including retailers, offices and data centers in 43 countries, have achieved 100% use of clean energy.
Earlier this year, Apple said that 44 vendors have promised 100% use of clean energy to produce Apple products, including Apple's major chip maker TSMC. In terms of market value, TSMC is the largest company in Taiwan.
In addition to Apple, Google has also achieved 100% renewable energy use. And Facebook promises to use 100% renewable energy by 2020.