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Standard Chartered Go Green

OFFICIAL LAUNCH: CEO, Masupe, and Minister Moagi either side of British High Commissioner, Sian Price

Bank targets zero carbon emissions by 2030
As part of its on-going attempts to reduce its carbon footprint, earlier this month Standard Chartered Bank Botswana officially launched a solar installation at its Main Mall branch in Gaborone.

The move is in-line with the bank’s ambition to have all Standard Chartered buildings carbon free by 2030.

As well as being environmentally friendly, cutting down on roughly 10.4 tonnes of carbon dioxide annually, the solar system comes with a number of added benefits. Every year, this single source of solar power is expected to generate around 172, 800...

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