23-hectare solar PV plant making the production greener

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The beer and fizzy soft drink production is back in full swing at Denmark’s second largest brewery Royal Unibrew. Wanting to reduce its CO2 emissions from the production, Royal Unibrew entered into a collaboration with BeGreen to develop a 23-hectare solar PV plant, equivalent to about 5,000 single-family homes with an average annual consumption of 4,000 kWh.

The beer and fizzy soft drink production is back in full swing at Denmark’s second largest brewery Royal Unibrew. Wanting to reduce its CO2 emissions from the production, Royal Unibrew entered into a collaboration with BeGreen to develop a 23-hectare solar PV plant, equivalent to about 5,000 single-family homes with an average annual consumption of 4,000 kWh.

BeGreen works with sustainable development, which is why the solar PV panels will be installed with animal husbandry and a green belt to avoid disturbing glare from the solar PV plant.

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