AC Energy Corp. said Monday it signed an agreement with Pacific Synergy Food and Beverage Corp., a fast-moving consumer goods company, to provide its Laguna plant facility with 100-percent renewable energy during peak hours.
The agreement will eliminate an estimated 1,500 tons of carbon dioxide emissions for the duration of the deal, or the equivalent of taking about 324 cars off the road annually.
Pacific Synergy’s power needs during peak operational hours will be energized by renewable energy from AC Energy’s portfolio of operating wind, solar and geothermal power plants for the next two years, or around 28,913 MWh of renewable energy.
This is the first renewable energy power purchase of the company for the electricity supply of its plant operations.
“The switch to renewable energy through our partnership with AC Energy is a major milestone for us, not only in reducing the carbon footprint of our expanding operations, but also in supporting the sustainable development and low-carbon future of the country,” said Charles Stewart Lee, president of Pacific Synergy.