ENGIE, P&G Partner to Decrease Emissions with New Renewable Energy Project

Power & Energy

Procter & Gamble (P&G) and ENGIE North America (ENGIE) has partnered to decrease emissions with a new 200-megawatt solar energy project located in Hill County, Texas, the US. This new solar energy agreement is the largest for P&G across the globe.

Once production commences at the Sun Valley later this year, the plant will supply P&G with more than 530,000 MWh of renewable energy every year, which is enough renewable electricity to power one in every three residences in the home city of P&G located in Cincinnati, OH.

This partnership with ENGIE North America is part of the comprehensive plan of P&G to accelerate action towards net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2040. The agreement between the companies is also expected to replace the equivalent of over 367,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide generated by the electricity grid each year.

P&G vice president, global sustainability, said that they are excited to work with ENGIE North America on projects such as Sun Valley, which advance their strategy and provide benefits to the local community.

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Dave Carroll, chief renewables officer at ENGIE North America, said that they are very much in the era of renewables, and the clear targets set by P&G reflect the acceleration of renewable energy, and they are very happy to build on their long-standing relationship with P&G.


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