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PepsiCo, a world leading food and beverage company has installed solar at its Honduran bottling plant in order to reduce power costs; better manage energy price fluctuations; be a more competitive, socially responsible company; and positively impact the environment by reducing its carbon footprint.
Smartsolar, a leading developer of rooftop PV systems in Honduras designed and installed the 3 MW rooftop power plant in San Pedro Sula in Honduras with 98 SMA Sunny Tripower 24000TL-US inverters. The installation spans 366,000 square-feet of the bottling plant’s rooftop. Its annually power generation is enough to offset 20 percent of the manufacturing facility’s energy consumption and provides the equivalent of planting 4.7 million trees to offset carbon emissions.
Self-consumption covered by PV
About 20 percent
Modules from Jinko Solar
98 SMA Sunny Tripower 24000TL-US