Energy GraphicClimate change affects us all. That’s why America’s beverage companies have worked to improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. From our factories to our fleets to our vending machines, we’ve made significant changes. And we’re committed to doing even more.

On a Mission to Reduce Emissions

The Coca-Cola Company, Keurig Dr Pepper and Pepsi have each set goals to lower emissions and keep improving efficiency. Our companies have pledged to work with government leaders, environmental organizations and other businesses to ensure these emission reductions will provide environmental benefits throughout the United States.

Water UsageWe’ve also rapidly expanded our use of hybrid vehicles. Our fleets now boast the largest number of heavy-duty hybrid-electric commercial trucks on the road. That’s helped us reduce CO2 emissions by up to 30 percent per vehicle.

Cutting Back on Water Use

We’re not just getting more efficient at delivering our products, but at making them, too. Learn how we’ve reduced water use by 14 percent per unit over five years. READ MORE


Our Progress

energy icon 100 percent of new, company-controlled beverage coolers will be HFC-free. energy icon Each of the industry’s all-electric vehicles saves 10 TONS of greenhouse gas emissions annually.
energy icon In 2016, The Coca-Cola Company operated 81 renewable energy projects in 25 countries and is working to launch 50 more projects. energy icon Since 2009, Keurig Dr Pepper removed 250 million pounds of CO2 from the atmosphere by replacing older vending machines with energy-efficient ones.
energy icon PepsiCo has eliminated the need for 1 million gallons of diesel fuel since launching its electric vehicle initiative in 2010.


Sustainability Partners

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