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Energy Management
While energy is a vital resource to all sectors, conventional energy generation produces large amounts of pollution and carbon emissions, affecting a wide range of stakeholders. Recognizing the challenges of climate change, ThaiBev has assessed the risks, direct and indirect impacts, from our energy usage and aims to adjust operations towards Net Zero Emissions. We have developed a clear and practical strategy for energy management in line with the Net Zero target: to increase the proportion of renewable energy in all operations.
ThaiBev also places great importance on energy efficiency management throughout the value chain, focusing on high energy efficiency technologies as well as operating with our partners to develop low energy intensity operations and packaging materials.

Management Approach
ThaiBev is committed to increase the proportion of renewable energy usage by increasing investment on renewable energy and studies into low-carbon technology as well as promoting optimization of overall resource utilization for maximum efficiency. This approach extends to creation of awareness and understanding of energy conservation among ThaiBev personnel.

Various energy management system standards have been put in place to ensure continuous improvement on energy efficiency. ThaiBev encourages the implementation of the ISO 50001 energy management system: in 2022, five factories within the group have received ISO 50001 certification.

Through increase of renewable energy usage and focus on energy efficiency, we aim to reduce the risk of rising cost of fossil fuels while pursuing energy-related business opportunities
Towards 2025 and Beyond
Moving Forward
  • Increase the use of energy-efficient machinery and resources
  • Increase the proportion of renewable energy in all business segments
  • Invest in alternative renewable energy

Increased renewable energy consumption within the organization in 2022 to

Energy intensity of beverage business in 2022

Energy intensity of food business in 2022
Energy Consumption within the Organization