Budweiser unveils new symbol

Reflects company’s commitment to using renewable energy

Budweiser Renewable Energy Logo
Budweiser Renewable Energy Logo

Beginning this spring, every beer Budweiser brews in the US will have a symbol on its label indicating the beer was produced with 100 percent renewable electricity. The electricity is sourced from the Thunder Ranch Wind Farm in Oklahoma, which is powered by Enel Green Power.

 

The US is the first country where Budweiser will be brewing its beer using 100 percent renewable electricity. However, the company is planning to brew all its beers worldwide with 100 percent renewable electricity by 2025.

 

The symbol was introduced at the World Economic Forum. Budweiser has invited other brands to use it on any product made using 100 percent renewable electricity.

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