GCC to use solar energy at some operations in Mexico

Cement and concrete supplier Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua (GCC) has partnered with an unnamed energy supplier to power some of its operations in Mexico with solar energy.

GCC says the 15-year agreement will decrease electricity costs from these operations, translating into around $2.5 million in annual savings. It will also reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) by ~21,000 metric tonnes, the company adds.

GCC is to use solar energy at its Juarez cement plant, ready mix and aggregates operations and corporate offices from January 2021.

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