It’s time to improve production, manufacturing, operations and every day logistics. Work with us to advance the future of affordable and renewable energy forms.
The companies that create the products and goods that we use every day can be more proactive in reducing their greenhouse gas emissions. Throughout AB InBev’s supply chain, from farming of raw ingredients, to malting and brewing, to the transportation of our final products globally, AB InBev is committed to reducing our carbon footprint and leading the way on the production and use of renewal energy.
The future is dependent on finding affordable, renewable forms of energy that can fundamentally change how companies power their production, manufacturing, logistics and more.
New solutions or equipment for energy efficient malting, boiling, pasteurization and refrigeration.
Cutting edge on-site thermal and electric renewable solutions for breweries, warehouses and distribution centers ideally with cogeneration and/or energy storage technology or solutions.
Renewable energy solutions for standalone farming and manufacturing equipment (harvesters, forklifts, water pumps, tractors, etc.).
High Efficiency Localized Coolers to reduce the carbon footprint of old refrigerators or coolers. In particular, process coolers that can replace existing NH3 Compressors.
Maximize the use of biological effluent treatment plants to generate electricity/energy in South Africa.
More energy efficient glass making techniques (for scaled glass production) including innovations in the number of molds in a furnace.
Tools to assess financial risks to businesses due to climate change stressors.
Smart logistics for optimized routing, combined palletized/bulk shipments in backloads, reverse logistics and other solutions for 100% full trucks at all times for less "time on the road"), OR new innovations in logistics to reduce environmental impact.
New solutions or technology for removing carbon from the atmosphere.
Energy monitoring and control technology.
Tools for calculating and analyzing cost efficiency of EV/FCEV.
Tools to calculate CO2 reduction.
Tools to collect data on energy consumption in supply and value chain and/or tools to measure and compare the environmental impact of projects and products.
Payload loss in T1 EV transportation.
Renewable energy technology with super high efficiency for trucking, rail, ocean and air including biofuel, electric, wind, solar and water - that are accessible for the entire market.
Transportation materials and equipment made from renewable energy sources rather than petroleum derivatives or other environmentally harmful sources.
Solutions capable of reducing, capturing & storing emissions of CO2, NOx and particulate gases from engines.
Low-energy mobile washing technology for reusable packaging at outdoor events, festivals etc.