In today's world, the need for cold food and storage facilities is undeniable, given our reliance on perishable goods. However, as the demand for these facilities continues to rise, so does the energy consumption required to maintain the low temperatures necessary for preserving food products. To address this challenge, there is an urgent call to offset their electricity needs by harnessing clean energy sources.
Lineage Logistics is working with Madison Energy Investments to incorporate solar into their portfolio across the United States. Lineage handles a staggering 40 billion pounds of food annually, 120 pounds per person in the United States, to be exact. Storing such enormous amounts of food requires enormous amounts of electricity. As such, the solar strategy is a key part of their overall business and Madison Energy Infrastructure is offering them substantial savings and a path to meet their sustainability goals.
"Working closely with the leadership team at Madison has been a pleasure. They have showcased a remarkable willingness to explore additional opportunities and evolve with us as our needs have evolved. This adaptable and forward-thinking approach has not only streamlined our operations but has also saved us time and resources."