Morrisons pledges earlier net-zero shift backed by own solar farm

Morrisons store with solar panels

Morrisons has committed to achieving net-zero carbon emissions by  2035 – 15 years ahead of the government’s target – and is establishing its own solar farm to support its ambitions.

The new deadline for its own operations is five years earlier than Morrisons originally pledged. The grocer also aims to reduce Scope 3 emissions – comprising those from areas such as purchased goods and services – in its own-brand supply chain by 2030 and is working with suppliers to help them achieve that.

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