In a groundbreaking move, Amazon is set to invest in its first Canadian wind farm, a 495-megawatt capacity project in Vulcan County, Alberta.
Teaming up with Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners, this marks Amazon’s fourth renewable energy venture in Canada. The initiative follows the opening of the Travers Solar Project, the largest solar farm in the nation, both powering Amazon’s Alberta operations.
The tech giant, committed to 100% renewable energy by 2030, leads in corporate environmental responsibility. Joining a trend, Amazon follows other big players like RBC, Shopify, Telus, and Ikea in embracing long-term renewable electricity contracts.
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