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BAT To Invest In A Solar Project For Nabua Site

British American Tobacco (BAT) Fiji is shifting to renewable energy sources from fossil fuel and electricity as part of its Project GreenEn to meet their Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) agenda.
01 May 2023 18:45
BAT To Invest In A Solar Project For Nabua Site
British American Tobacco

British American Tobacco (BAT) Fiji is shifting to renewable energy sources from fossil fuel and electricity as part of its Project GreenEn to meet their Environment, Social, and Governance (ESG) agenda.

In Nadi last week, BAT Fiji gen­eral manager Sam Dormor’ said BAT Fiji had been making small strides in its pursuit of excellence in environmental stewardship.

In addition to Project GreenEn, BAT Fiji is also pursuing other en­vironmental ambitions.

“We have a solar project ear­marked for later this year that will supply 50 per cent of our total electricity for our Nabua site,” Mr Dormor said.

He said BAT Fiji recognised its role as a good corporate citizen, with duties that exceeded com­mercial growth and legal obliga­tions

 

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Story By: Waisea Nasokia

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