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PepsiCo Solar Thermal in Brazil Heats Water, Cuts Emissions

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Sustainability/Impact Advisor & Author, Sustainability/Impact Advisory

Freelance author at Environmental Leader and former corporate sustainability manager for Con Edison.

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PepsiCo has installed a solar thermal plant at one of its Brazil facilities to heat water while cutting energy costs and emissions output.

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Matt Chester on Feb 2, 2022

This seems like a homerun-- why is it so hard to get more of these installed ubiquitously across these types of plants? 

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