A new solar power plant at the South African arm of Heineken NV (HEIN.AS) will supply 30% of a brewery’s electricity demand, the brewer said on Wednesday, the latest company to seek an alternative supply as the state utility’s rolling power cuts hammer productivity.
“This project supports Heineken’s ‘Brewing a Better World’ goal to reach net zero (carbon emissions) status in all its production sites by 2030,” Richard Kriel, Heineken’s Engineering, Strategic Projects & Sustainability Manager said. “It is the latest move made by the company on its journey towards more sustainable brewing.”
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