5 Point Program
1. Sustainability model of excellence in community
La Rose Noire’s DNA
A sustainable source of
A factory running 24/7 to produce world-class products requires a lot of energy per month. A minimum of 600,000 kwh of energy is needed monthly to run machines, ovens, freezers, power-up operations to meet the demand of the international market.
Having constant innovation on products, La Rose Noire also continues to develop new ways to contribute to the environment and investing on renewable energy is one of its initiatives. La Rose Noire is an advocate to develop alternative sustainable energy that will benefit not only the company, but most importantly, the environment.
The factory in Clark, Philippines is set to obtain 620 kwp by installing 2000 units of Astronergy 310watts mono-crystalline solar panels on its rooftop, with the new Generation SMA Core I Inverter and mounting system.
This movement will generate a sustainable and renewable source of energy coming from Solar Energy Systems, replacing other harmful technologies like coal mining and fossil fuel. By installing these solar panels, an average of 886,600 kwh can be generated annually and will eliminate more than 12.7 million (approx.) pounds of carbon footprints from its operations, thus making a cleaner and greener environment.