Since 2008, Anheuser-Busch has been able to reduce its energy use by more the 30 percent. Today, more than 11 percent of their energy is generated from renewable resources. Anheuser-Busch is the world’s largest operator of BERS, a method of turning the nutrients in wastewater from the brewing process into renewable biogas. More than 60 percent of their Houston, TX brewery’s steam requirements are supplied by capturing the biogas emitted from decomposing materials at area landfills. Anheuser-Busch also committed in 2017 that by 2025, 100% of the electricity they purchase to power their brewing and verticalized operations will come from renewable sources. In 2017, they announced a 152MW wind energy partnership with ENEL Green Power for the first contracted utility-scale project to start operations in the world for AB InBev. By purchasing more than enough renewable electricity to brew Budweiser in the US, they are able to say Budweiser is brewed with 100% renewable electricity from wind. They have also pledged through the Elevate Program to install solar at all of their craft partners in the US in 2018. Last, but not least, they ordered 40 Tesla trucks in the United States to start the transformation of their dedicated fleet.