PepsiCo plans 2020 shift to 100 per cent renewable electricity for US operations

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Food and drinks giant PepsiCo is shifting its US operations onto renewable electricity
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Food and drinks giant PepsiCo is shifting its US operations onto renewable electricity

Move will see the US join nine European countries where PepsiCo already meets 100 per cent of its direct electricity needs with renewable electricity

PepsiCo yesterday announced it will transition to 100 per cent renewable electricity for its US direct operations over the course of 2020, deploying a range of clean energy solutions to reach that goal....

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