Selected startups will work together with leading stakeholders from ABI’s sustainability, supply and logistics teams to define a potential pilot structure, analyze potential value and business case, and leverage PLANETech’s methodology to quantify their potential climate impact.

Startups that are found suitable, will have the opportunity to join the 100+ accelerator.



What Can You Get From The Program?


  • Build a pilot project with AB InBev’s tech innovation lab – Beer Garage, to implement your technology by submitting a detailed pilot plan including funding and resources
  • Quantify your technology’s climate impact & build your climate value proposition using PLANETech’s tools and experts
  • Direct access to ABI’s Supply & Logistics teams around the world
  • Exposure to ZX Ventures and additional investors as part of the program

AB InBev is closely tied to the natural environment: agricultural crops and water are our key ingredients. We require raw materials for our packaging and we need energy and fuel to brew, transport and refrigerate our beers.

We know that understanding the potential climate-related risks and opportunities for our business and value chain should inform our long-term climate strategy. This is why we have announced an ambition to achieve net zero across our value chain by 2040.


“Building on the progress we have made towards our 2025 Sustainability Goals, we are mapping decarbonization pathways and aim to continue investing in partnerships and innovation towards our ambition to achieve net zero across our value chain by 2040.” Michel Doukeris, CEO


Analyzing AB InBev’s Carbon Footprint


We assess and measure emissions across our entire value chain. In 2020, we estimated Scope 3 emissions represented over 85% of our total footprint which is why we aim to engage with our value chain partners to develop innovative solutions.


AB InBev is set out to achieve ambitious climate and environment goals


At AB InBev, we are working to reduce our carbon footprint and leading the way on production and use of renewable energy throughout our supply chain. We aim to use as little water as possible across our operations, and help improve water quality and availability for businesses and communities.

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Anheuser-Busch InBev (AB InBev) is a multinational drinks company headquartered in Belgium. It’s the world’s largest beer brewer by both volume and revenue, operating more than 600 beer brands in 150 countries. We’re building a company to last, brewing beer and building brands that will continue to bring people together for the next 100 years and beyond. With centuries of brewing history, we’ve seen countless new friendships, connections and experiences built on a shared love of beer. We dream big to create a future with more cheers – a future that everyone can celebrate, and everyone can share. We aspire to serve up new ways to meet life’s moments, move our industry forward, and make a meaningful impact in our communities and the world. Therefore, we are contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals and broader global sustainable development agenda while building resilient supply chains, productive communities, and a healthier environment. We have placed a deliberate focus on contributing progress toward the goals where we can use our scale and partnerships to drive meaningful positive change and we’re constantly looking for new technologies to help us get there.


PLANETech is a nonprofit innovation community for climate change technologies – a joint venture of the Israel Innovation Institute and Consensus Business Group. PLANETech aims to lead the Israeli and global climate tech ecosystem in tackling climate change via a combination of approaches. This is done by modifying business focus and technologies towards climate change challenges, supporting the deployment and implementation of innovative climate technologies, and by building a global network for climate tech innovators while promoting Israel as a world center for climate



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