PepsiCo Inc. has signed two agreements with Ørsted on Jan. 14 to purchase a portion of energy from the 298 MW Haystack wind project in Nebraska and the 367 MW Western Trail wind project in Texas.
“We’re excited to partner with PepsiCo in their efforts to decarbonize their operations,” Vishal Kapadia, senior vice president and chief commercial officer for Ørsted Onshore, said. “These PPAs at Western Trail and Haystack are another demonstration of our ability to provide customized solutions across multiple geographies to support achievement of corporate sustainability ambitions.”
“Sourcing renewable electricity is a critical step in our journey to more than double our science-based climate goal, reducing absolute greenhouse gas emissions by more than 40% by 2030 across our value chain, and our pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2040, one decade earlier than called for in the Paris Agreement,” Roberta Barbieri, vice president of global sustainability at PepsiCo, said. “We’re proud to partner with Ørsted on two new wind projects in Texas and Nebraska this year, which will address nearly a quarter of our total U.S. electricity needs and help grow new renewable energy generation capacity in the country.”
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