Technology Oct 25, 2021 10:41 AM (GMT+8)
South Korea SK Group plans to reduce 200 million tons of carbon emissions by 2030 and increase investment in green technology. CheY Tae won, chairman of the company, said in a statement on Sunday that first of all, it will reduce 50 million tons of carbon emissions by improving process efficiency and purchasing renewable energy; In addition, the company will invest more than 100 trillion won (about US $85 billion) in environmental protection industries such as electric vehicles and hydrogen energy, and manage the value chain to reduce the remaining 150 million tons of carbon emissions. The company said its goal is to achieve zero carbon emissions by about 2035.
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