Ricoh to Source 100% Renewable Electricity for A3 MFP Assembly

02 September 2019

Ricoh Company, Ltd. has announced that it will soon be using electricity from 100% renewable sources to cover its power needs in assembling A3 multifunction printers.

The move is part of Ricoh's commitment to the "RE100" global initiative.

All electricity at sites where Ricoh assembles A3 MFPs (including reconditioned machines) will be entirely from renewable sources.

Since announcing its participation in RE100 in April 2017, the Ricoh Group has undertaken energy-saving and other initiatives. It has installed in-house power generation facilities and has switched to electricity providers offering higher proportions of renewable energy.

To date, it has switched to 100% renewable electricity at nine sales companies in Europe and for recycling processes in France.

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