The pulp and papers industry accounts for 2% of direct industrial emissions worldwide.
Kraft are responsible for 80% of carbon emissions that come from paper and pulp.
Globally, constant annual growth in paper production of 1.1% is
expected until 2030.
The pulp and paper industry requires large amounts of energy to power production and heat facilities.
As a provider of renewable solar energy, we offer solutions that can help reduce the industry's carbon footprint and energy consumption.
By utilizing solar power, we help our clients in the pulp and paper industry reduce their energy costs and improve energy efficiency, and decrease environmental impact.
Partner with us to ensure a sustainable and responsible future for your business today by:
Transitioning your manufacturing plants and facilities to renewable solar power.
Offset emissions through Renewable Energy Credits.
Encourage sustainable practices throughout your supply chain and business partners.
We can even help with financing the transition to renewable systems.
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Unlike building your own solar power station from scratch, we provide a fully integrated no-CAPEX solution that allows you to enjoy immediate savings from your first energy bill with zero need to worry about financing or system performance.
We will handle it all. Through our economies of scale and industrialised processes, we help ensure the cost of buying, installing and the maintenance of the solar power system is kept low.Contact Us
Chairman of Miza Corporation
“We have been in recycling waste paper business for over 12 years. An environmental sustainability is a target going along with Miza Corporation’s activities. We are delighted to partner with TotalEnergies in the energy transition. Being a long-term partner for TotalEnergies ENEOS, Miza Corporation is committed to gradually moving to renewable energies, reducing its carbon emissions and further to achieve our environmental sustainability goals."