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Energy Management
Taking into account the current global heating issue, international climate change agreements, and general push to reduce the world’s dependence on fossil fuels, ThaiBev has considered the risks and opportunities presented by these trends and assessed the potential impacts to its operations and operational costs of transitioning from fossil fuel to clean energy use. Moreover, investing in renewable energy will not only help reduce these costs, but also responsibly contribute to GHG emission reductions. The main strategy is to increase the proportion of renewable/clean energy use, invest in innovative technology and machinery, and create partnerships with suppliers and other businesses.
Toward 2025 and beyond

Use renewable energy
Renewable energy consumption within organization to
Moving Forward
  • Expand the use of energy efficient machinery and systems to other product groups beyond the spirits and beer groups.
  • Increase green energy from solar panels.
  • Invest in other green energy alternatives.
2021 Performances

Energy intensity of Beverage business at

Energy intensity of Food business at
2021 Highlight
Solar System Project
This project features the installation of solar rooftop panels at 29 factories in Thailand, which will fully materialize in 2025.Phase 1 began this past year at five factories, including breweries, a non-alcoholic beverage, and a food factory. In total, these factories have an installed solar electricity capacity of five Megawatts. These solar rooftop panels were able to produce 3,881 Megawatt hours (MWh) electricity that reduces the purchase from the Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA). Phase 2 covers spirits and non-alcoholic beverage factories. Along with expanding the production capacity achieved in Phase 1, the goal in this phase is to produce 15.6 MWp solar electricity. The total investment in this project equals to approximately 315 million THB.