Shoosmiths helps Molson Coors combat climate change with PPA

Shoosmiths LLP drafted and helped to negotiate the contracts that underpinned the 10-year deal, which means that around 1 billion pints produced in the UK each year at breweries in Burton-upon-Trent, Tadcaster and Sharps in Cornwall as well as the Aspall Cyder House in Suffolk, will be made with 100% renewable energy. The agreement also covers supply to Molson Coors’ corporate offices, national distribution centre and national call centre in Cardiff.

RWE will provide 75 gigawatt hours of renewable energy a year (about the same amount of electricity that would serve 25,000 households). The brewer has made impressive progress in other parts of its sustainability plan including increased use of recycled or reusable packaging (bottling its Staropramen brand using 100% recycled material for example) and reducing water waste.

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