Food and beverage manufacturers face a tall order. Consumers increasingly prefer to buy sustainably produced goods. And governments and regulators are demanding sweeping cuts to emissions to meet climate goals.
But energy-intensive heating and cooling processes mean it’s hard to reduce carbon emissions. And we’re in a period of widespread volatility, where supply chain problems, high energy prices and inflation are eating into already-tight profit margins.
The good news is that food and beverage manufacturers don’t have to make a choice between planet and profit. There are ways to both cut your emissions today and stay competitive in the long-term.
In our briefing paper, we explore:
Food and beverage manufacturers that fall behind on the net zero journey early on could struggle to get back on track, and many are already running this risk. Download your copy today by completing the form.
We've got a proud history of partnering with food and beverage manufacturers to deliver energy projects that align with their cost, resilience and decarbonisation goals. Take a look below at a few examples of our success stories.
Floating solar helps greenhouse to generate new revenue from an area that cannot be used otherwise.
Panoramic Power™ wireless sensors ahelp Altex Group reduce energy costs by $17m
A 1MWe CHP unit helps one of Europe’s largest bakery plants save £400K per year.
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