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Anglo American goes to renewable energy in South America

As the world faces up to the threat of climate change and a future where the aim is net-zero emission Anglo American is leading the way in South America as it moves all of its operations in that region to renewable energy supplies.

 In Brazil Anglo American has signed agreements with local operators who will provide wind power and solar power to meet all the electricity needs of its iron ore and nickel operations in the country

In Brazil Anglo American has signed agreements with local operators who will provide wind power and solar power to meet all the electricity needs of its iron ore and nickel operations in the country

The global mining company Anglo American has delivered on its commitment to source 100 per cent renewable energy for all its operations in Brazil, Chile and Peru. Having already secured renewable energy...

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