The installation of a 40KW Solar Power system on the factory roof will help Signs & Lines to reduce its reliance on daytime grid power whilst improving its environmental credentials. Over 150 solar panels have been installed which, on current forecasts, will offset over 48,000kg of CO2 emissions every year.
Deciding to invest in Solar Power came at the same time as a retail rise in electricity cost and uncertainty in future commercial power prices. Infinite Energy was able to satisfy Signs & Lines that the investment was a sound one and facilitated a modern solar leasing arrangement that proved the right way to unlock the benefits of the project.
‘Infinite’s project management of the Solar Power system was excellent’ observed Josie Simmonds, Business Manager, ‘they guided us through the process and couldn’t have been more professional every step of the way”. For more information the system click here : http://www.infiniteenergy.com.au/commercial/case-studies/smes/signs-lines/
An integrated SMA remote monitoring solution allows Signs & Lines to pinpoint the actual energy output from the system at any time - and being based in Perth, Western Australia (one of the sunniest places in the world), the system is forecast to produce 59,043 kWh every year.
In terms of the company’s signs made with sustainable intent, Josie comments, ‘I feel that the Solar Power system is a positive choice for the environment, and as such, Signs & Lines have started a journey of eco-actions that both respects our natural resources and has genuine impact. Hopefully our clients will also see value in this holistic investment, for their sake and those of future generations’.