Enel Green Power’s RE a Part of the History of Mondelēz International’s Business in Mexico

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Enel Green Power México (EGPM), the renewables subsidiary of Enel Group, joins the celebration of the 8th anniversary of Mondelēz International in the country, by commemorating two years of successful collaboration through an electric power supply contract. Derived from this contract, Mondelēz International has received up to 77 GWh per year of renewable energy to its factories located in the State of Mexico and Puebla.

Thanks to the renewable energy supplied by EGPM´s Amistad I wind farm; Mondelēz International has avoided the emission of around 33,000 tons of CO2 per year, equivalent to almost 80% of its emission reduction target for Latin America in 2020. Similarly, this energy is capable of producing approximately more than 100,000 tons annually of product from brands such as Halls, Trident, Bubbaloo, Oreo, Tang and Philadelphia and is enough to light approximately 33,000 Mexican homes for an entire year.

“It is an honor for Enel Green Power México to contribute to Mondelēz International environmental objectives and efforts to accelerate energy transition in the country. Today more and more companies are convinced that renewable energies are not only sustainable, but also profitable, which is why this type of agreements serve as a relevant growth path for clean sources in Mexico”, stated Paolo Romanacci, Country Manager of Enel Green Power Mexico.

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Enel Green Power México is the leader in the country for this type of agreements, thanks to its global experience and infrastructure for the development of energy projects. The company also offers an unquestionable ability to offer reliable solutions made to measure, based on competitive and profitable renewable energies.

With this type of synergies, Mondelēz International and Enel Green Power México position themselves at the forefront of sustainability and consolidate their position as main factors in the country’s energy transition.

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