PepsiCo's U.S. operations to be 100% renewable by end of 2020

January 21, 2020 FR EcoVadis FR

At a Frito-Lay plant in Arizona, thousands of solar panels sit on land next to the factory providing electricity. At a Gatorade plant an hour away, the roof is lined with solar panels; the same is true for Tropicana and Pepsi plants in California. The plants, all owned by PepsiCo, are part of a move to renewable energy that the company has been working on for some time. Now the company says that it will reach 100% renewable electricity in all of its U.S. direct operations, part of a global goal to cut emissions 20% by 2030.

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