Nigerian Breweries Plc has unveiled plans to achieve over 70 per cent renewable energy usage by 2030, describing the move as part of its contribution to reducing carbon footprints from its production plants across the country.
The Managing Director, Jordi Borrut Bel, who stated this at the official commissioning of its 663.6kw solar power plant in Ibadan, said the project would reduce its carbon emission from its Ibadan brewery by 10,000 tonnes over its lifespan.
“We are brewing a better world by significantly reducing carbon emission from our production sites by 2030,” he said. He noted that plans are also underway to expand the project as well as commission other similar solar plants in all its Aba, Enugu and Lagos bottling plants…
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