By: Peter Trousdale On: November 09, 2022 In: Comments: 0

Manildra, Australia’s largest wheat processor and ethanol manufacturer, is taking a significant step toward reducing its greenhouse gas emissions, drawing on an $85 million CEFC investment to exit coal at its primary manufacturing plant in regional NSW.

The project will help kickstart the transition of the domestic industrial sector to a low carbon future, decarbonizing operations while maintaining global competitiveness. The installation of cogeneration technology will reduce emissions at the energy intensive Nowra plant by about 40 percent, abating an estimated 332,000 tonnes of CO2-e annually. Manildra will no longer use coal to generate steam at the plant.

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