The University of Sheffield has signed new electricity contracts, making its purchased power supply 100% renewable for the first time and supporting its journey to becoming carbon-neutral.
Electricity accounts for more than half of the university’s on-campus emissions, meaning the new supply will reduce net carbon emissions by up to 17,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide per year.
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