FAST Logistics’ Coldchain Hub in Cavite has officially declared its commitment to renewable energy through a solar power agreement with Skye Renewables Philippines Inc.

This agreement, which includes a rooftop solar system of 503 kWp at the cold storage facility, is expected to generate about 6GWh of renewable energy, reducing CO2 emissions from warehouse operations and improving the facility’s environmental impact.

This move not only minimizes CO2 emissions, but also helps the company to save money in the long term by depending on alternative energy sources.

According to FAST CEO-Logistics Manuel L. Onrejas, Jr., “This agreement is very
much aligned with our drive at FAST to innovate on supply chain solutions that will mitigate the impact on the environment.”

Similar to its Cabuyao, Laguna warehouse, FAST will supplement a portion of its grid use with renewable energy from solar panels.

The installation of the solar system in Cavite is part of FAST’s commitment to innovate in supply chain solutions that strive for sustainability while satisfying client demands and being competitive in the market.

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