Green juice? BritVic switches to 100 per cent renewable power

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BritVic bottling factory | Credit: BritVic

BritVic bottling factory | Credit: BritVic

Drinks giant becomes latest firm to power British operations solely with renewables

BritVic has this week become the latest household brand to switch to 100 per cent renewables to power its operations, as corporates continue to take advantage of falling green energy costs to cut carbon...

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