General Mills has reduced energy consumption at 26 of its largest US-based plants by over 20 percent, reaching its 10-year goal four years early. The company has saved more than 2 million MMBTUs of energy over the last six years, and as of 2018, it had completed 60 energy-efficiency and reduction projects. The U.S. Department of Energy recognized the company’s efforts in meeting the agency’s Better Plants Challenge.
General Mills recognized by U.S. Department of Energy
Achieves goal four years ahead of plan
May 21, 2019
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