Amazon buys half the renewable power generated by new North Sea wind farm

John Leonard
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Tech giant has pledged to use 100 per cent renewable energy by 2025

Amazon has signed a deal to buy half the renewable power generated by a new offshore wind farm being built off the coast of the Netherlands. The North Sea wind farm Hollandse Kust is being const...

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