Shenzhou International, an apparel manufacturing partner of Puma in China, has kicked off a large-scale wind energy project that will supply about two-thirds of the company’s electricity needs in China by 2030. Shenzhou already gets some of its energy from a nearby wind farm but it has now agreed to invest in a project that will increase the wind energy output from 45 megawatts to 210 megawatts by 2030. This means that once the project is completed, Shenzhou will save more than 420,000 tons of CO² equivalents per year, Puma claims.