March 1, 2019

Teys Australia Wagga Plant to Go Completely Energy Self-Sufficient

Teys Australia, one of the nation’s leading beef processors, has taken another step in reducing its carbon footprint and energy reliance by revealing plans to develop a $42 million low emissions energy hub (LEEH) at its Wagga facility.

In a landmark move that will bring sustainability and long-term security to the Wagga plant, the LEEH will result in the facility being independent with all energy needs to be met by the hub which will provide electrical and thermal energy and free up the available power in the grid, particularly during peak periods.

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