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Weaning Fonterra off coal

Latest $36m investment into an electrode boiler at the country’s oldest dairy processing site will reduce emissions by about 20%.

Fonterra’s Edendale plant.

Brent Edwards Thu, 25 Jan 2024

Giant dairy co-op Fonterra is installing a 20 megawatt electrode boiler at its Edendale site in Southland as part of its ongoing plan to get out of coal generation by 2037.

It said the forecast $36 million investment at Edendale would reduce its emissions by about 20% or 47,500 tonnes of CO2 a year,

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