Cleantech Solar has completed four solar rooftop projects for Cargill Thailand.
With over 155,000 employees across 70 countries and a combined 155 years of experience with technology and insights, Cargill serves as a trusted partner for food, agriculture, financial and industrial customers in more than 125 countries.
The Starting Point
Cargill supports global actions to mitigate climate change by constantly pursuing emission-reducing technologies to minimize carbon footprint. The company’s decision to adopt solar in Thailand is in line with its science-based global commitment to reduce Scope 1 and 2 greenhouse emissions by 10% by 2025, measured against a 2017 baseline.
Cleantech Solar has completed four solar rooftop solar projects with a combined generating capacity of 2.4 MW under long-term agreements where Cleantech Solar has funded, built, and will operate and maintain the systems. The solar power plants, located in Lopburi, Korat and Petchaburi, will not only contribute to Cargill’s global sustainability targets, they will also provide economic benefits in the form of cheaper-than-grid electricity.
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