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Kraft Heinz Enters Agreement With Repsol In Wind Energy Investment

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The Kraft Heinz Company has entered into a 12-year virtual power purchase agreement with Repsol, a Madrid, Spain-based multi-energy company operating across more than 20 countries.

This agreement is the company’s first investment in wind energy and is designed to help Kraft Heinz achieve its aspiration of procuring the majority of its electricity from renewable sources by 2025.

Kraft Heinz is expected to source more than 90 gigawatt hours/year of renewable energy from Repsol’s largest wind project, Delta II. That is the equivalent to powering approximately 90 percent of Kraft Heinz’s European manufacturing sites, which is the majority of its European load.

The vPPA is expected to generate enough renewable electricity to power 25,000 average EU households per year at its peak.

“Our agreement with Repsol is a significant step in our efforts to reduce the impact of climate change,” said Rafael Oliveira, EVP and president, international markets at Kraft Heinz. “I am proud of this investment in our International Zone, which we expect to contribute to our global goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2050, and reducing 50 percent of our emissions by 2030, while also helping our industry make the transition to renewable power.”

In 2021, Kraft Heinz announced its goal to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions across its operational footprint and entire global supply chain by 2050.

“This agreement with Kraft Heinz confirms once again the potential and attractiveness of our renewable assets for companies that are looking for guaranteed coverage of their long-term energy needs and, at the same time, obtain greater stability, which favors their competitiveness,” said João Costeira, Repsol’s executive director of Low Carbon Generation.

In December 2019, Repsol was the first company in its sector to make a commitment to be carbon neutral by 2050. Renewable power generation is one of the pillars of Repsol’s decarbonization strategy: the targets of the company are 20 gigawatts of installed capacity by 2030 and 6 GW by 2025.

To download the Kraft Heinz ESG report about the company’s climate ambitions and progress, visit kraftheinzcompany.com/esg.

To learn more about Repsol, visit repsol.com/en.

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