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Novozymes Pledges to Be Carbon-neutral in Denmark by 2012

9:16 AM MDT | June 13, 2008 |

Alex Scott

Enzymes technology group Novozymes says it has agreed an energy supply deal that will make the company CO2-neutral for electricity in Denmark by 2012. The company will source much of its energy from offshore wind turbines. Novozymes says it will purchase the renewable energy with money saved from energy efficiency measures applied across the company.   “As a socially and environmentally responsible company, we have constantly striven to optimize the energy efficiency of our production for many years, Now we are taking the next step, and basing our...

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