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Flogas and Britvic sign new CPPA

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Meenal Datar

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Soft drinks company, Britvic Ireland and Flogas Enterprise have announced a new customer corporate power purchase agreement (CPPA) to the value of €2.5million,  that will ensure that Ballygowan, Ireland’s iconic water brand, is produced using 100% renewable electricity harnessed from wind energy.

Britvic is the first soft drinks brand in Ireland to sign a CPPA which will allow the company to purchase renewable electricity directly from the Sonnagh Old Wind Farm in Moneylea, Galway, Ireland producing enough electricity on an annual basis to power their production facility in Newcastle West, Limerick, Ireland.

The CPPA builds on the achievement of 72% reduction in direct emissions for Britvic Ireland and is reflective of an increasing focus on sustainability at Britvic Ireland across operations and at executive level.

Sian Young, director of sustainable business at Britvic Ireland says: ‘This new CPPA with Flogas Enterprise, valued at €2.5 million, will produce renewable electricity for our production facility in Newcastle West and is a significant investment in our long-term strategy to ensure 100% sustainability across Britvic Ireland’s business operations.’

‘At Flogas Enterprise, one of our top priorities is to support businesses on their paths to sustainability. We have a proven track record of delivering great value and high quality energy solutions which help organisations become more environmentally conscious, and we are very excited to work with Britvic Ireland and support them cut their energy carbon emissions through this CPPA,’ adds Charlie Bornemann of Flogas Enterprise.

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