JBS subsidiaries switch to solar energy

JBS subsidiaries switch to solar energy

Brazil Solar Energy ESG Renewable

Brazilian meatpacker JBS said two of its subsidiaries, Seara Alimentos and Swift Prepared Foods, will use solar energy from a plant run by Âmbar Energia, according to a press release on Monday. Âmbar, a subsidiary of J&F Investimentos, the same holding company that controls JBS, started operations on July 14 at a 5,174 kWp photovoltaic power plant in Saltinho, São Paulo. Seara and Swift will buy energy from the plant as part of JBS' plans to become carbon neutral by 2040. Swift wants to use

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