Czech guitar manufacturer Furch Guitars is reducing its carbon footprint by sourcing all of its electricity needs from renewable energy.
Last year, a quarter of the company's electricity was supplied by renewable sources - mainly solar, followed by biogas, wind and biomass - from large energy suppliers, increasing to 100% this year.
Furch Guitars expects its carbon footprint to fall by up to 60% when gas and automotive fuels are included, which are part of its operating energy consumption.
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