STOCKHOLM, Sept 27 (Reuters) - The world's number-two truck maker, Sweden's Volvo , plans to revamp one of its factories into the world's first automotive plant without emissions of carbon dioxide, the firm said on Tuesday. Investment in wind power and biofuels will allow the plant in Tuve, in western Sweden, to use electricity and heat from sources which do not emit carbon dioxide, considered one of the main ingredients in causing global warming, the firm said. "The Greenhouse Effect is ...
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