Philip Morris International, based in Connecticut, USA, is one of the world’s leading tobacco companies. PMI’s current project is replacing cigarettes with smoke-free products – the biggest undertaking in the company’s history. In addition, PMI is working to integrate sustainability principles into its business and activities in order to foster growth and innovation. Through the combined endeavour of phasing out cigarettes and combatting climate change, PMI aim to contribute towards a range of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
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The Vale do Paracatu Distillery - Agroenergia S.A. (DVPA) is located in the Municipality of Paracatu, in the northwest of Minas Gerais, and has the installed capacity to process more than 1.5 million tons of sugarcane per harvest. DVPA carried out its inaugural harvest in 2010 with a crushing of 590 thousand tons and evolved to its peak in 2021, with 1,371 thousand tons, with 100% mechanized agriculture, center pivot irrigation and sprinkler cannons in 70% of the areas.

Location Brazil
Technology Biomass
Attributes Enviromental / Local impact

Border Solar Norte

Border Solar Norte is a photovoltaic solar plant located in northern Mexico, in the state of Chihuahua, the municipality of Juárez. With a capacity of 150 MWac, the plant generates 456.5 GWh per year.

Location Mexico
Technology Solar
Attributes New Plant (< 3 years)

Green Lagoon Technology Biogas Plants

Green Lagoon Technology is a leading biogas power plant company in Malaysia. These four power plants are located in Trong, Perak; Nibong Tebal, Penang; Muadzam Shah, Pahang; and Banting, Selangor. With a combined installed capacity of 5.5 MW, they generate 37,138 MWh per year.

Location Malaysia
Technology Biogas
Attributes Enviromental / Local impact, New Plant (< 3 years)

Norwegian Hydro

Hydropower has played a crucial role in Norway ever since being the springboard for the country's industrialisation in the 19th century. To this day, it remains the central pillar of Norway's power system: with 33,000 MW of installed capacity, it accounts for more than 95% of the country's electricity generation (125 TWh per year).

Location Norway
Technology Hydroplant

Indonesian Hydro

Indonesia has tremendous potential for hydropower. There is already 5,886 MW of installed capacity, which generates over 17 TWh of electricity per year, but Indonesia's potential is estimated at 75,000 MW. The development of hydropower will be driven in part by the government’s target to increase the share of renewables in the country’s total energy use to 23% by 2025.

Location Indonesia
Technology Hydroplant

Chinese Hydro

China is the global leader in hydropower generation, capacity and development. The country's installed hydropower capacity is 370,160 MW, including 31,490 MW pumped storage, and its hydropower generation is 1,355 TWh (2020).

Location China
Technology Hydroplant

Argentinian Hydro

Hydropower in Argentina has a high potential, but only a small feasible portion has been developed, accounting for 18% of the country's power generation. Therefore, Argentina seeks much improvement in the development of renewable energy sources.

Location Argentina
Technology Hydroplant

Indian Hydro

India is the 7th largest producer of hydroelectric power in the world and also ranks 3rd worldwide by its total number of dams. The country has around 41,000 MW of installed hydropower capacity, while an additional 13,000 MW is under construction.

Location India
Technology Hydroplant

Czech Hydro

Hydropower in the Czech Republic is made up of large and small hydroplants alike. Many Czech hydroplants have undergone significant renovations in the last 15 years in order to increase installed capacity and supply the Czech grid with an increasing proportion of renewable electricity.

Location Czech Republic
Technology Hydroplant

Kazakhstani Hydro

Kazakhstan has important hydro potential, thanks mainly to the Irtysh, Ili and Syrdarya rivers. However, this potential remains somewhat unexploited, as hydro represents only 2% of total electricity generation in Kazakhstan, and only 12% of installed capacity.

Location Kazakhstan
Technology Hydroplant

Philippine Hydro

There are around 70 hydroplants in the Philippines, totalling an installed capacity of over 3,700 MW. Despite limited capacity growth over the past few years, hydropower still represents just under 20% of installed capacity.

Location Philippines
Technology Hydroplant

South African Solar

Currently solar and wind power account for just 2% of South Africa's energy needs. The renewable energy program launched in 2011 has accelerated the development of solar and wind power in the country.

Location South Africa
Technology Solar

Jordanian Solar

Jordan's optimal location in the solar belt makes it ideal for photovoltaic systems. Remote areas heavily rely on solar power for lighting and water heating, among others. In 2020, Jordan's biggest solar installation, Baynouna Solar Power Plant, became operational. The 200 MW plant provides electricity to the equivalent of 160,000 households.

Location Jordan
Technology Solar