Coca-Cola Amatil is continuing its switch to solar, by installing 5200 more panels at its distribution centre in Eastern Creek, Sydney.
A 100 kW solar system installed by Foodmach at its Echuca facility back in 2013 has now clocked 1 GW of energy.
Independent brewers in Australia are turning to solar energy to reduce their carbon footprint and save costs.
To celebrate its partnership with NZ-based energy company Meridian, Garage Project has released a pale ale made using 100% renewable energy.
The Nine Mile Fresh apple processing and packing facility in South East Gippsland has installed industrial solar power stations to minimise energy bills.
Fixing power quality can reduce food waste in an increasingly autonomous and continuous production cycle.
Kellogg's Australia has plans to offset the carbon impact of manufacturing an estimated 630 million boxes of Australian-made cereals.
Coca-Cola Amatil's 2018 Sustainability Report has been launched, revealing that the company is on track to hit its 60% low-carbon and renewable energy target by 2020.
The Rachele Family has reduced its onsite electricity use by about 30% and saved more than $62,000 a year in electricity after installing a solar PV system across its two cold storage sheds.
A pilot plant in Queensland is set to prove the economic viability of turning sugarcane waste into jet fuel and beer bottles.
SMC can guide users through the various points on their machines which could benefit from energy-saving components.
Removal of water from biogas increases an anaerobic digestor plant's overall energy efficiency in waste food treatment facilities.
By the middle of next year, 2019, Pernod Ricard Winemakers will be sourcing all of its electricity from renewable sources.
Fonterra's Brightwater milk processing plant has cut carbon emissions by around 2400 tonnes a year using its newly converted boiler that co-fires with wood biomass.
CCA is to install 10,000 solar panels across three of its sites. The 3.5 MW solar PV system will help to cut CCA's annual energy costs by up to $1.3 million.