Walmart has more solar capacity than any other U.S. commercial enterprise, again, but just 5 percent of its facilities have arrays, while Ikea checks in at 89 percent.
Apple’s latest effort will allow customers to bring an old iPhone into an Apple Store and receive immediate store credit.
A new Apple data center in Reno will be partly powered by a big solar farm that will use low-concentration PV technology and a unique financing arrangement.
Tim Cook brings former Environmental Protection Agency head Lisa Jackson on board to green up Apple; Greenpeace, for one, likes the idea.
Apple released an environmental report Friday showing that it has made real progress in its effort to power the iCloud with renewable energy—not coal.
Apple’s new environmental report, among key items, indicates 100 percent of its worldwide data centers are now fully powered by clean energy.
It seems that the more Apple peers into its own black bag, the more shocking the results.
Apple Insider uncovers a patent application by the computer company for a system to convert wind energy into heat in order to store the energy for later use.
Apple’s plans for its vast, UFO-like new campus in Cupertino, Calif., have been delayed for a year, but new details were released about the site’s ambitious goals for renewable energy use and waste reduction.
The report shows that a more sustainable electronics industry is possible, but we’re not there yet.
Notebooks from five major manufacturers, including Apple, have been cleared to remain in EPEAT’s green electronics registry.