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LEGO is running 100 percent on renewable energy 3 years ahead of schedule






LEGO is one of the most famous childrens toys found in many households. Children use Lego to build various models. But never anyone had thought that Lego can contribute towards a sustainable environment.

The Lego head had decided to fully depend on sustainable resources of energy by 2022 for its production. The  86 year old American company has reached its goal 3 years early. The company has 2 billion dollars sale and successfully running 42 companies worldwide.

“We work to leave a positive impact on the planet and I am truly excited about the inauguration of the Burbo Bank Extension wind farm," Bali Padda, LEGO Group CEO, said in a statement.


The Lego company has build a wind farm on the Irish seashore with exactly 146000 plastic bricks. The wind farm is used to provide energy to more than 54000 residential houses near the Irish sea . The wind farm has helped The Lego company to reach its sustainable goal before 3 years of its deadline. On account of the success of building event farm of only plastic breaks it launched a same wind turbine play set for kids resembling the actual model.

“We see children as our role models and as we take action in reducing our environmental impact as a company, we will also continue to work to inspire children around the world by engaging them in environmental and social issues," LEGO's CEO Padda said.

Shifting to sustainable resource has attracted many consumers towards the company. It has increased the sales of the company than before and also helped in saving the investors and improve the financial structure of the company. While serving is consumers it is also serving towards the improvement of the society and protecting mother nature.

LEGO is running 100 percent on renewable energy 3 years ahead of schedule LEGO is running 100 percent on renewable energy 3 years ahead of schedule Reviewed by Tim on August 31, 2019 Rating: 5

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