Wineries & Breweries in Australia Offering Electrons from Sunshine

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Now a larger winery is going 100% solar. Treasury wine estates, which produces the premium brands Penfolds, Wolf Blass, Pepperjack and Wynns has pledged to source its electricity needs from 100% solar by 2024. Barossa Valley wineries have already achieved 100% renewable energy by installing a 3MW solar system. A 1.4MW system powers the Barossa Valley operations of the Yalumba Family. Made by sunshine, drunk in sunshine — some wineries are going greener in Australia. At Hidden Creek Winery Cafe Vineyard near Stanthorpe, Queensland, they throw in a free charge for your Tesla (or any other electric vehicle) when you stop in, offering fresh electrons from their solar roof. Now, a larger winery is also going 100% solar. Treasury Wine Estates, which produces the premium brands Penfolds, Wolf Blass, Pepperjack, and Wynns, has pledged to source its electricity needs from 100% solar by 2024. Barossa Valley wineries have already achieved 100% renewable energy by installing a 3MW solar system. A 1.4MW system powers the Barossa Valley operations of the Yalumba Family. Even more reason to relax as you tipple your favorite drop. Solar breweries are also in the news. Carlton & United Breweries subsidiary the Asahi Beverage Yatala on […]

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