WS Audiology makes headway in green conversion of Singapore headquarters

Hearing aid manufacturer WS Audiology has invested in the sustainable conversion of its Singapore headquarters and facility. The company, which is the third-biggest in the industry, is now well on its way towards the goal of running on 100 percent renewable energy by 2025.

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With Group CEO Eric Bernard at the helm, WS Audiology is putting sustainability higher up on its agenda. The hearing aid industry's third-biggest company now reports another milestone has been reached in following its ambition to run on 100 percent green energy in 2025.

WS Audiology's headquarters has been located in Singapore after last year's merger of respectively Danish and German companies, Widex and Sivantos, while the company has retained its Danish headquarters in Lynge, Northern Zealand, which already runs on almost 100 percent renewable energy. The hearing aid manufacturer is now gradually converting its Singapore facility and headquarters to run on 100 percent green energy, it informs on LinkedIn.

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