Panasonic has a seventh “zero CO2” factory in China. This is how he did it

Panasonic continues its environmental efforts. As part of its 2050 environmental vision formulated in June 2017, the Japanese electronics group has just completed the transformation of its battery factory in Wuxi, China, so that it practically no longer emits carbon dioxide for its operation. This is its seventh zero C02 emission plant after those it has in Kati, Japan, Tessenderlo in Belgium, Sao Jose, Extrema and Manaus, Brazil, and Alajuela, Costa Rica.

The Wuxi plant manufactures secondary batteries, mainly lithium-ion batteries and nickel-metal hydride batteries. To eliminate CO2 emissions during operation, Panasonic has taken various actions.

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