Linde signs landmark renewable energy deals in Brazil

Linde is increasing its global active renewable energy by more than 60%, with the signing of two new major agreements in Brazil for the supply of renewable energy.

The commitment has been made via Linde’s White Martins subsidiary, which has signed deals to secure more than two million megawatt hours per year of renewable energy, replacing almost half of its existing power usage in Brazil.

Supply has already started from the Futura I Solar Complex, one of the largest photovoltaic parks in Latin America, and the Chi wind farm in Rio Grande do Sul.

Gilney Bastos, President of South Latin America at Linde, notes that the announcement is aligned with Linde’s commitment to actively increase its use of renewable energy.

He added, “Not only will these agreements reduce the carbon intensity of our own operations, but they also benefit our customers who will receive industrial gases with a lower carbon footprint.”

Linde is on track to meet its commitment to double the purchase of low carbon energy by 2028. The agreements also support the company’s science-based absolute greenhouse gas reduction target for 2035 and its 2050 climate neutrality ambition.

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