Diageo uncorks £180m of green energy funding for Africa

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Solar panels, biomass boilers and water recovery technology will be rolled out across Diageo's African breweries | Credit: Diageo
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Solar panels, biomass boilers and water recovery technology will be rolled out across Diageo's African breweries | Credit: Diageo

Drinks giant to invest in biomass boilers, water recovery equipment and solar arrays across 11 African plants in largest green investment for a decade

Diageo, the drinks giant behind alcohol brands such as Smirnoff, Guinness, and Baileys, has today announced its largest environmental investment in a decade, pledging to spend £180m installing green energy...

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