Responding to global climate change Kewpie Malaysia office to start solar power generation from January 2023
Scheduled to reduce annual CO2 emissions by approximately 2,800 tons at four overseas sites
Kewpie Corporation (Head office: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo; President and CEO: Mitsuru Takamiya; hereinafter referred to as Kewpie) has installed solar panels at its group company KEWPIE MALAYSIA SDN.BHD. to start generating power. This is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 410 tons annually.
Some of the solar panels installed at the Kewpie Malaysia office [Image 2
Some of the solar panels installed at the Kewpie Malaysia office Kewpie Group’s overseas offices* will open Thailand (KEWPIE (THAILAND) CO., LTD.) in February 2020, Vietnam (KEWPIE VIETNAM CO., LTD.) in December 2021, and China (January 2022). Beijing Kyuubi Foods Co., Ltd.) has started solar power generation.
Commencement of new power generation in Malaysia is expected to reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 410 tons annually, and the Kewpie Group plans to reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 2,800 tons in total by 2023 at its four overseas business sites. .
* Kewpie Group overseas offices https://www.kewpie.com/company/about/group/ [Reference] Installation status of solar panels at Kewpie Group bases in Japan See Kewpie Aohata News 2022 No.120 https://www.kewpie.com/newsrelease/2022/2814/ The Kewpie Group is working to reduce CO2 emissions, a cause of climate change, by working to conserve energy and switch to renewable energy at its overseas offices.
■ Response to climate change https://www.kewpie.com/sustainability/eco/warming/ Details about this release: