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Budweiser now brewed with renewable 100% electricity
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Budweiser is supporting a new Canadian Solar Farm, opening 2022

 

 

 

 

Budweiser Canada’s parent company, Labatt Brewing Company Limited, has entered into a 15-year renewable energy agreement, consisting of a Virtual Power Purchase Agreement (VPPA) for approximately 51% of the energy generated from Capital Power’s Enchant Solar project.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 75 MW Enchant Solar project, located in Taber, Alberta will break ground in May 2022 with commercial operations expected by December 2022.

 

The VPPA represents Budweiser Canada’s unwavering commitment to creating a brighter, cleaner future by adopting a more sustainable approach to the way we do business.

 

 

 

 

Budweiser Canada’s parent company, Labatt Brewing Company Limited, has entered into a 15-year renewable energy agreement, consisting of a Virtual Power Purchase Agreement (VPPA) for approximately 51% of the energy generated from Capital Power’s Enchant Solar project.

The 75 MW Enchant Solar project, located in Taber, Alberta will break ground in May 2022 with commercial operations expected by December 2022.

 

The VPPA represents Budweiser Canada’s unwavering commitment to creating a brighter, cleaner future by adopting a more sustainable approach to the way we do business.

Image if every beer was brewed with 100% renewable electricity.

 

 

 

 

This Earth Day, Budweiser is pledging renewable energy credits (RECs) equivalent to the electricity needed to brew all beer in Canada on a single day.

 

That’s 306,000,000 kWHs of electricity, the same amount produced by 22,727 passenger vehicles or 10,810 homes’ energy use for one year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ECOLOGO RECs from British Columbia biomass sources have been retired on behalf of Earth Day Canada based on annualized information from the Canadian Energy and Emissions Data Centre for the year 2019. In calculating energy use of the beer industry for the average day of brewing in 2021, we have assumed consumption has increased since 2019.

 

 

 

 

This Earth Day, Budweiser is pledging renewable energy credits (RECs) equivalent to the electricity needed to brew all beer in Canada on a single day.

 

That’s 306,000,000 kWHs of electricity, the same amount produced by 22,727 passenger vehicles or 10,810 homes’ energy use for one year.

 

ECOLOGO RECs from British Columbia biomass sources have been retired on behalf of Earth Day Canada based on annualized information from the Canadian Energy and Emissions Data Centre for the year 2019. In calculating energy use of the beer industry for the average day of brewing in 2021, we have assumed consumption has increased since 2019.