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Brazil’s Ambev Brewing Company To Spend $36M On Solar Plant Construction

June 10, 2019: 12:00 AM EST
Brewing company Ambev SA is collaborating with four partners to create a “distributed generation” system in Brazil that includes construction of solar plants to supply clean energy to the brewer’s 94 distribution centers by the end of March 2020. The company will pay $36 million over 10 years to its partners, which in turn will spend about $13 million to build the 31 facilities. More than 50,000 solar panels generating 2,600 megawatt hours (MWh) a month will be built, saving 2,900 tons of carbon dioxide annually. Ambev, of which Belgian AB InBev owns 62 percent, operates in 16 countries in the Americas, including Argentina and Chile, where its breweries are powered by either wind farms or a mix of wind farms and solar plants.
"Brazilian Brewer Ambev Signs $36m Deal To Build Solar Plants", Hospitality Ireland, June 10, 2019, © Hospitality Ireland Magazine
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