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Danone Indonesia : Leading the Transition to Renewable Energy

Achieving Net Zero Emissions needs more than just commitments. Companies in Indonesia’s private sector are playing the key role in mobilizing the movement through real climate actions. One of them is Danone Indonesia, who will be present at the Indonesia Net Zero Summit 2022: Industrial Decarbonization at all Cost, which will be held in Bali on November 11, 2022. The leading food & beverage company will be present to showcase the climate actions they are taking to build a low-carbon economy and a climate-resilient future.

Danone Indonesia is committed to mitigate climate change by using 100% renewable electricity by 2030 and achieving net zero emission by 2050. August this year, Danone Indonesia had its fifth rooftop solar power located in Mambal, Bali Factory, inaugurated by Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment, Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan.

With total 7 MWP being installed across its factories, Danone Indonesia has now significantly contributed to 10% capacity from all solar panels used in Indonesia. In order to accelerate the transition to green energy, a 6 Tons Steam biomass boiler has also been operated in Prambanan factory and successfully reduced 32% of total emission, thanks to the use of 10,500 tons of sustainably sourced rice husk as agricultural waste.

Read more about Danone Indonesia’s initiative on biomass boiler to reduce carbon footprint from production processes here.

Danone Indonesia is one of the leading companies in the national net zero movements who supports the Indonesian Net Zero Summit 2022. Connie Ang, Chief Executive Officer of Danone Indonesia, will be present at the summit as a panelist for the fourth panel discussion, “Corporate Climate Governance.”

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