Factories receive government support to grow the economy, cut emissions and reduce energy costs

Heineken is receiving £3.7 million to upgrade their Manchester Brewery, including installing technology to recover waste heat from the refrigeration systems used to cool their beer.

Toyota in Derby is receiving over £282,000 to introduce new airless paint sprayers, which use static electricity instead of air, to reduce the amount of energy they need.

Britvic Soft Drinks will use £4.4 million to implement new technologies, including a heat recovery system and Low-Temperature Hot Water network, at its site in east London, where it produces drinks such as Tango and Robinsons.

Kellogg’s in Wrexham will receive funding for a study assessing the possibility of recovering the waste heat from their cereal manufacturing processes to reduce their gas usage.

Tate and Lyle Sugars, which supplies nearly half of all the sugar and syrup on UK supermarket shelves, is receiving over £71,800 to explore how to reduce natural gas use at their Thames Refinery

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