Lego powered 100 percent by renewables 3 years early

Investments in two major offshore wind farms have ensured that Lego has reached its target of generating as much renewable energy as the company consumes.

Toy manufacturer Lego is now technically able to generate as much power from renewable sources as the company consumes.

This milestone was reached after the company invested in two large offshore wind farms over recent years.

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