Nestlé’s Lahore Factory Goes Solar, Saving 1857 Tonnes of CO2 Annually

    Nestlé’s senior leadership, including Pakistan CEO Jason Avanceña and Regional Managers Zone Asia Oceania Africa Angelo Giardini and Fabrice Cavallin inaugurating a 2.6MW Solar Power Plant at Nestlé’s Sheikhupura Factory near Lahore. Completed with an investment of PKR 500 million, it will save 1857 tonnes of CO2 emissions annually. The power plant is part of Nestlé’s PKR 2 billion investment in renewable energy in Pakistan.

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