Bayer inks PPA with Iberdrola to curb carbon footprint

Under this agreement, four plants in Mexico and 23 operation centres will be powered by energy produced at a new wind farm

The Mexican unit of German pharmaceuticals giant Bayer has signed a 15-year power purchase agreement (PPA) with Iberdrola to reduce its carbon footprint.

The firm will receive the supply of electricity from a new wind farm in Santiago, Mexico.

With this agreement, Bayer will receive renewable energy to supply its four plants in Mexico as well as 23 operation centres.

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