Three quarters of the energy which powers Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) operations is now provided by renewable on-site energy.
The company’s data centers and many of its corporate offices are operating on 100 per cent renewables as it stands. But overall the renewable reliance has gone up an impressive 40 per cent in the last three years.

The company continues to invest heavily in renewable energy in a bid to meet its target of eventually being 100 per cent renewable-powered.

In 2012, the company completed construction on a 100-acre solar farm, and it intends to double production capacity when a new facility is ready later in 2013. Additionally, two future data centers, one of which is already under construction, are being designed to operate entirely on renewable energy sources.

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