How alani is the first energy drink to make the transition to bottled water
The first Alani energy drinks to make a transition to being bottled water are rolling off the production line at a factory in New Mexico.
The energy drink maker is the latest company to announce its plans to make their bottled water water from renewable sources, including solar energy and water.
The company said the announcement came as a result of a partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to expand the solar energy project, which will allow the company to install a new battery-powered water treatment system.
Alani is currently making its bottled water from solar energy, which has the potential to be 100 percent renewable, but has struggled to reach this goal.
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has estimated that a typical household could use up to 30 kilowatt-hours of solar energy per month to produce the equivalent of 100 liters of water per person.
This could help to offset some of the water shortages caused by climate change.
The algae used to make Alani’s energy drinks are a byproduct of the natural process of photosynthesis.
The process involves photosynthesis, which involves the production of sugars that can be used to generate energy for plants, animals and humans.
It is also used in food production, such as making sourdough bread, and in the production and marketing of pharmaceuticals.
The renewable energy plant will create electricity to run the plants and a battery to store the power.
Alamani CEO David Anderson told CBS News the solar project is the next step in the company’s sustainable development strategy.
“The solar plant is the key to making Alani a sustainable leader in the beverage industry,” he said.
Anderson said the solar system could be up and running in two to four years, with the battery-equipped facility up and operational by 2019.
Alan’s other energy drinks on the market include EnergyX and EnergyX Nano.