RedBull makes sure all its energy goes into the cans!


LONDON 27 October 2015: Global drinks giant RedBull has appointed ESOS (Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme) and sustainability experts Carbon Architecture to assess their UK operation and make sure they achieve energy management compliance before the UK government deadline of December 5th 2015.


“RedBull’s fellow British Soft Drink Association (BSDA) members PepsiCo, Lucozade and Ribena were already using our industry benchmarking,” said Carbon Architecture’s Will Todd, “which makes achieving compliance faster, easier and more cost-effective.


“So adding RedBull was simple. The company also has a sizeable fleet of vehicles, from cars to promotional vehicles, Which represents another area where energy savings can be made.”


Carbon Architecture helps energy intensive business and industries manage and minimise their increasing burden of costs and legislative compliance by developing and implementing sustainable cost saving strategies & solutions. Its core focus is waste, energy and water efficiency solutions for the FMCG industry and works with other drinks brands including Fullers, Heineken, Adnams, Shepherd Neame and Brains Brewery.

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