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Budweiser Now Uses 100% Renewable Electricity In U.S. Breweries

By Desirée Kaplan

Powerhouse beverage behemoth, Budweiser, has taken new steps towards becoming a sustainable company. The Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) group plans to shift its facilities in the United States towards 100 percent renewable energy. Budweiser is looking to source the energy from Thunder Ranch Wind Farm, a location power by Enel Green power in Oklahoma.  

To stand by this decision and show its commitment to environmental sustainability, the company will add an energy logo to its labels. This eco symbol, which will represent 100 percent renewable electricity, will be placed on the company’s bottles and cans in the United States. This badge isn’t there to just add color to the packaging either. It will be placed on each and every product to share a sense of transparency with consumers.