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Stellantis Teams with Michigan’s DTE to Advance Renewable Energy Goals

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Stellantis Teams with Michigan’s DTE to Advance Renewable Energy Goals

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Automaker Stellantis NV said on Monday it will power 70 of its facilities in Michigan entirely with solar energy by 2026 through a partnership with DTE Energy Co., the state’s largest producer of renewable energy.

The partnership is a part of Stellantis’s goal to achieve “carbon net zero globally” by 2038 and comes at a time when businesses are under pressure to cut their environmental impact.

See related article: Stellantis Targets $1.9 Billion in Recycling Revenue by 2030

It will help reduce the automaker’s carbon emissions in North America by half and across its manufacturing facilities by 30% by 2026.

Earlier this year, Ford Motor Co  also signed a pact with DTE to source solar power for the carmaker’s operations.

Source: Reuters

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