Danone Signs Renewable Energy Deal

Will receive energy from new Enel wind farm

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Danone North America has signed a 12-year, renewable energy power purchase agreement with Enel for the physical delivery of renewable electricity from its new $720 million High Lonesome wind farm in Texas. The agreement will provide enough electricity to produce the equivalent of almost 800 million cups of yogurt and over 80 million gallons of milk each year. The move supports Danone’s commitment to secure 100% of its purchased electricity from renewable sources by 2030.

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