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Britvic moves to 100% renewable electricity

06 October 2018

Britvic has announced that all of its manufacturing sites in Great Britain are now powered by 100% renewable electricity. 

The move forms part of a new four-year deal with energy provider E.ON, which will provide power needs for the whole of Britvic’s business operations, including 100% wind generated electricity, sourced from the UK.

The decision to move to 100% renewable electricity was driven by the company’s ambition to minimise the environmental impact of its operations. The switch to renewable electricity will save over 17,000 tonnes CO2e per year. The move also forms a key part of Britvic’s sustainable business strategy, ‘A Healthier Everyday’ which puts healthier people, healthier communities and a healthier planet at the heart of its business.


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