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TotalEnergies to supply The Restaurant Group with green gas

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The Restaurant Group (TRG) has signed a green gas contract with TotalEnergies Gas & Power.

The contract between TRG, a major player in the UK casual dining market, and TotalEnergies, means all TRG’s directly controlled supplies of electricity, gas and LPG used in its Wagamama, Pubs and Leisure (Frankie & Benny’s and Chiquito) divisions will be from renewable sources.

All sites on the Green Gas contract will have 100% of their consumption backed by Renewable Gas Guarantees of Origin (RGGOs). RGGO certificates guarantee that for every kWh of gas consumed from the grid, an equivalent volume of biomethane has been injected.

Alongside Green Gas, TRG also uses TotalEnergies Gas & Power’s Pure Green power, with 100% of the consumption for their sites backed by an equivalent volume of Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin – only from wind, solar and hydro sources.

“At TotalEnergies Gas & Power we’re committed to helping our customers become carbon net-zero, so we’re delighted to be able to support The Restaurant Group’s drive to reducing their carbon footprint across all their sites,” said Mark Rose, sales and marketing director for TotalEnergies Gas & Power. “Together, we can make fantastic brands such as Wagamama even more sustainable, efficient and ethical.

“This new contract demonstrates how TotalEnergies offers its customers complete solutions across the value chain. We are producing as well as selling the power our clients need, allowing us to offer services they can understand and trust.

“This contract also shows how the green economy is emerging in the UK, with TotalEnergies offering renewable and low-carbon energy solutions for major businesses like TRG looking to secure dependable green power.”