APPLE starts selling electricity

APPLE starts selling electricity

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The company, with headquarters in Cupertino, in the State of California, has begun wholesale selling its surplus energy produced in its solar farm

The latest Apple service gets the go-ahead from the USA energy sector regulatory commission to sell the surplus energy produced on its Californian solar farm. Thanks to Apple Energy LLC, founded in May this year, the Cupertino company steps onto the wholesale market. According to estimates, the sale of the energy generated by the Californian site can supply 60,000 houses. Apple's idea is to sell its unconsumed energy to public utility companies, thus offsetting the infrastructure costs.  In addition, Apple will use its solar energy to supply mainly its offices and datacenters becoming the first company in the world to be 100% green.  At today's date, 93% of the structures it has in the world are powered by renewable energies.